Blake Shelton was reportedly wanting Miranda Lambert to get jealous of his dating rumors with Gwen Stefani, but it seems like it has bounced back at him as his ex-wife Lambert is being linked to Sam Hunt. Read On!
According to Hollywoodlife.com, a source revealed that Blake Shelton was doing all this flirting because he wanted his ex-wife to get jealous of his rumored new girl. The source added, “Part of him hopes that seeing him looking so fit and working so close with a knockout like Gwen makes Miranda jealous.”
However, as other fans expected, Lambert wasn’t even affected by it as she’s now having a good time not only with her friends but also with her rumored new date, Sam Hunt.
People, meanwhile, reported otherwise, as they claim that Shelton has moved on from his split and is currently readjusting himself as a single man.
A close friend of the “Sangria” singer revealed that the latter has moved on and is now ready to look forward with his life without Lambert. He is now back to being positive.
The source added that Shelton was indeed upset during the divorce but “he is not the type of person who would settle in one place and think too much about it. He’s about moving forward and not looking in the rearview mirror,” the source further added.
The source went on by saying that Blake Shelton has “bounced back quickly” and is actually “doing so well.” He is now back with his bubbly aura and was even described now as the heart of the party as he gave laughter to everybody.
Moreover, the friend also revealed that the singer has been showing a positive attitude and he really enjoys being with his fellow “The Voice” coaches which only proves that they are indeed a “tight-knit” team.
“There’s been a silver lining for Blake. He has the time to take care of himself and he’s taken positive steps in his life to spend time with friends and family,” says his friend.
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