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Miranda Lambert bought Carrie Underwood a motorcycle

Miranda Lambert bought Carrie Underwood a motorcycle

TWO-WHEELED GIFT:Carrie Underwood, left, and Miranda Lambert arrive at the Billboard Music Awards at the MGM Grand Garden Arena on Sunday, May 18. Photo: Associated Press/ John Shearer

Country star Miranda Lamber surprised pal Carrie Underwood over the weekend by handing her the keys to a brand new motorcycle.

Former “American Idol” winner Underwood took to her Twitter to share her delight at the unexpected gift and posted a photo of herself posing on the black and chrome bike.

However, Underwood revealed she would need a little training before hitting the road with her new toy, adding, “Next stop, motorcycle driving lessons!!!”

Lambert has yet to reveal the reason for her generosity, although the bike was delivered a week after the pals shared the stage at the Billboard Music Awards in Las Vegas on May 18 to perform the TV debut of their new song, “Somethin’ Bad.”

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