Miranda Lambert was just a country girl doing country girl things recently when she ditched her off-road sport utility vehicle — as in, she drove it into a ditch.

The "It All Comes Out In the Wash" singer shared the photos and video on Instagram Stories this week. She looks to have been driving a Polaris General 4 1000 (retail price: about $22,000), but her joyride came to a sudden stop when she sunk it down deep in the mud. That's impressive if she was near her home in Nashville, as it hasn't rained in the area for nearly a month.

"I'm the reason we can't have nice things," Lambert captioned an image of the stuck vehicle.

Video shows the aftermath, where a big green tractor tows it out of the mud-soaked ditch while Lambert helps push from behind the wheel. It doesn't look like the SUV suffered much damage. It may have gotten a little bit dirty, but it's nothing that won't come out in the wash.

Musically, Lambert is preparing to drop her new Wildcard album on Nov. 1, featuring her single plus other songs she pre-released like "Locomotive" and "Bluebird." Taste of Country was on hand last month when she played nearly the entire album for fans at Nashville's Exit/In. It swings from traditional to rock to a gypsy beat across 14 songs.

Wildcard is Lambert's seventh studio album.

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