Blake Shelton Moves On from Miranda Lambert; ‘Little Red Wagon’ Singer Performs Divorce Song

By Marie delos Santos | 1 year ago
Blake Shelton Moves On from Miranda Lambert; ‘Little Red Wagon’ Singer Performs Divorce Song

Blake Shelton and Miranda Lambert recently announced their split after their marriage in 2011. While various reports offered several explanations about the couple’s divorce, it seems like “The Voice” is living the single life and is ready to mingle. The 39-year-old “Sangria” singer recently expressed his desire to work next to model Kate Upton in “The Voice.” Is he purposely trying to make Lambert jealous? Read on to learn more about this scoop.

Miranda Lambert and Blake Shelton are already living their separate lives after announcing their divorce from their marriage of almost four years. While both singers are rumored to be releasing their own breakup songs inspired by their divorce, new reports claimed that Shelton is ready to move on from his ex-wife and is already expressing his interest in another woman.


Shelton shared in a promo clip for the upcoming season of “The Voice” that he wishes to work right next to Kate Upton. What?! Since when has model turned actress Kate Upton been a singer?

According to Gossip Cop, the “God Gave Me You” country singer admitted that he is a fan of Upton’s “work” and that he is interested in hearing her thoughts and opinions about the contestants’ performances.

“I would actually want Kate to sit right next to me,” he said. “Musically, I would be interested in hearing her ideas. I feel like I could learn from her.”

A user named CC commented on the page that Shelton is purposely saying this to make Lambert jealous. Another used named Lee thought this was Shelton’s way of trying to look like he’s happy even when he’s not.

Meanwhile, the 31-year-old Lambert recently sang a divorce song at the ACM Honors in Tennessee, MailOnline reported. The “Little Red Wagon” country singer took the stage on Tuesday and performed “Rated X,” which is described by the publication as a song that “encourages women to divorce but be prepared for the unfair judgments of others.”

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