Miranda Lambert has ''no desire'' to try her hand at hosting.
The 30-year-old singer insists she won't be following in the footsteps of her husband Blake Shelton and fronting awards show because her ''comedic timing isn't good''.
She told People.com: ''You know, the timing you naturally have to have. Blake is the best.
''I don't know how he does it. I'm not good at that stuff not at all. I would totally fall flat on my face.''
Meanwhile, the 'Automatic' hitmaker recently admitted she's calmed down a lot now she's turned 30 because she no longer has the ''I'll burn your house down if you don't listen to me'' attitude and feels much more ''settled''.
She said previously: ''That attitude brought me here and got me where I am. But that was me in my 20s. The chip on my shoulder is gone.
''At some point, you calm down. I'm happy. I'm more settled. I've put down roots.''
However, Miranda insists she didn't feel she had to change for other people because people accepted her personality.
She said: ''I feel like people have accepted me for who I am, with all the craziness, loudness and fire.''
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