Miranda Lambert takes a stand against fans taking selfies during her concerts

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During a Las Vegas performance, she called out audience members for being preoccupied with selfies instead of enjoying the music

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A fan-captured video showed Lambert commenting on a T-shirt that read, "shoot tequila not selfies"

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She playfully took a swig from a bottle handed to her by an audience member and passed it to her guitarist

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Lambert's interruption sparked a debate on whether fans should be allowed to take selfies during an artist's performance

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Other artists, like Adele, have also addressed concert etiquette, with Adele daring fans to throw objects onstage

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Celebrities, including Whoopi Goldberg, weighed in on Lambert's stance, supporting the need for respect during live performances

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Online discussions emerged, dividing opinions on whether selfies distract from the music experience

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Lambert remained resolute, asking the audience to start again after the interruption

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The topic continues to generate conversations among fans, musicians, and celebrities regarding concert behavior and selfie-taking

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