Miranda Lambert walked away from the 50th Academy of Country Music Awards on Sunday night with some major honors.

Lambert, who was a finalist on Nashville Star's first season in 2003 and later served as a mentor on The Voice for "Team Shakira," won four awards.

Lambert was up for eight nominations and won Female Vocalist of the Year, Album of the Year for "Platinum" and Song of the Year for "Automatic."

The country singer also received a special Milestone award along with Taylor Swift and Reba McEntire, who have both served as advisors on The Voice.

Lambert is Blake Shelton's wife. Shelton has starred on The Voice since its inaugural season debuted back in Spring 2011. He co-hosted the night's awards show with Luke Bryan.