Drunk (And I Don't Wanna Go Home) Singer Elle King Pens Tribute To Miranda Lambert For Time 100. Elle King penned

an essay in honor of the The Time 100 list and its honoree, Miranda Lambert. The 32-year-old singer wrote an essay on

how Lambert was an inspiration to her as an up-and-coming singer, and she recalled a specific moment during

one of their nights out together that has stuck with her over the years. During their time together, Lambert, who

started out as a teen on TV's Nashville Star, helped teach King about the industry as well as life outside the spotlight.

In a tribute for Time magazine's 100 Most Influential People of 2022 list published Monday, the 32-year-old

singer-songwriter wrote about her 38-year-old Drunk (And I Don't Wanna Go Home) collaborator Miranda Lambert. In

an essay titled Miranda (Lambert) Is An Inspiration To Women Everywhere, King revealed that she and Lambert

have been working together since they were teenagers. King said Miranda was a source of inspiration when she

first began to write songs, but it wasn't until last year when King got to play with Miranda in front of a crowd that she