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Miranda Lambert put a bow on her 'On Fire' tour last week with a little star power. Wrapping up an incredibly successful tour over the weekend - in which Lambert performed before more than a million fans - Miranda invited fellow superstar Patty Loveless to join her on stage in Atlanta last Friday night (Oct. 5).

Loveless, if you recall, sang 'Dear Diamond' with Miranda on her latest CD, 'Four the Record'. That's what they did on stage, beautifully, before thousands of appreciative fans. By the end of the song, the stars were face to face, holding hands, and then a clearly excited Miranda engaged Patty in a massive hug.

Here's Miranda and Patty performing 'Dear Diamond':

As if that wasn't a big enough swan song, Lambert and Loveless were also joined by tour mates Lee Brice and Brett Eldredge, as well as her bandmates in the Pistol Annies for a rendition of the country classic 'King of the Road'. Not the best rendition of the Roger Miller tune, but the whole gang - and the crowd - sure had fun singing along. Check out the video:

After nine months on the road, Miranda finally took time to reflect with simple post on her Facebook and Twitter pages, with a simple message to her fans:

"Home. I made it. Been on the road since Jan. Thx to every person who came to see a show this year. It means the world! See ya in 2013!:)"

While the tour may be wrapped up, Miranda Lambert isn't on a hiatus from music by any means. In fact, she's got a performance to prepare for on the November 1st CMA Awards show, where she will find out if she won in any of the three categories she's nominated (Album, Female Vocalist and Song of the Year).

Additional congratulations are in order for Miranda Lambert for other awards nominations. She found out earlier this week that she's up for the American Music Award for Favorite Female Country Artist, and has American Country Awards nominations for Artist of the Year, Female Single, Female Touring Artist and Music Video of the Year - Female.