Miranda Lambert's husband Brendan McLoughlin not only does the laundry, he does it shirtless! The singer may have been trying to promote her upcoming single with an Instagram video of the toned New York City police officer tossing a load of whites into a stackable washer/dryer, but the message may have gotten lost in the wash.

McLoughlin has no clue Lambert is sneaking up on him with her camera rolling.

"Babe. Hello?" she says to get his attention. The former model and hot cop (her words, not ours) looks up, gets a little annoyed by what's taking place and responds with, "Come on. Really?"

Could there be more coming?

Lambert captioned the photo with "house husband shirtless promo vol. 1." Does this mean there is a Vol. 2 — or more — on the way? Hey, a girl's gotta eat, so can you blame her for making sure as many eyes are on her as possible when "It All Comes Out in the Wash" on Thursday (July 18)?

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The pair have now been married for about six months, though Lambert has shared very little about their life together other than confirming she spends a lot of time in New York City and that she's enjoying being a stepmom to McLoughlin's baby from a previous relationship.

"It All Comes Out in the Wash" appears to be about old news or events, however, nothing specific to Lambert's history, but things that happen in general to many people.

“We like to talk about girly things and things going on in life when we write together, so I feel like this song is just kind of a mix of scenarios that all of us have either been a part of, or seen, or you know, something that’s happened in all of our lives," she says, referring to songwriting sessions with Hillary Lindsey, Lori McKenna and Liz Rose. "Realizing that when you have something in your life that’s a little hurtful, or you know, a moment that you wish would pass, it does all pass. And it all comes out in the wash."

The song is the first single from an upcoming album, which Lambert says she hopes to release later this year. The uptempo track is slated to drop digitally at 5AM CT on Thursday.

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