Miranda Lambert is not a believer in the romance between Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani. Although Miranda divorced the country crooner in the summer, Lambert has admitted she's having hard time recovering from the emotional pain of the split. And now, early in the progression of the PDA displayed by The Voice coaches, Miranda revealed that she felt it was "ridiculous," reported Life & Style, citing an insider.
"Miranda is so over Blake's over-the-top gushing over Gwen. It's to the point where it's just ridiculous," shared the insider.
Although the relationship between Shelton and Stefani became official in November, Lambert is having challenges in accepting that her ex has moved on. The insider revealed that Miranda doesn't even watch her husband's reality TV show.
"It just seems a bit all too pushed and not authentic to Miranda," added the insider.
But Lambert has her own plans for revenge by penning a new album.
"She is putting everything about the marriage and divorce into it," commented a source to Life & Style.
"[Miranda and Sam] have developed a solid friendship and love flirting with each other," a source noted.
And it doesn't hurt that Lambert and Hunt have a tour set up together for 2016. The couple that sings together gets canoodling together? It played out for Blake and Gwen, so perhaps it will for Miranda and Sam. The insider cited by In Touch also revealed that Hunt is giving Lambert a helping hand in the transition from her heartbreak over her ex-husband.
So, are wedding bells going to ring soon for Sam and Miranda? Lambert recently shared that she has no plans to re-marry in the new future, reported ET.
Instead, Miranda revealed that she was so traumatized by her break up from Blake over the summer, she is still caught up in contemplating what happened.
But what exactly occurred to cause them to split -- and resulted in Shelton so quickly rebounding with Stefani? No one is revealing the facts of what went on in the marriage between Miranda and her country crooner, but she makes it clear that she views their relationship as memorably good. Was it so good that she can't even consider dating someone else? Lambert explains.
"I had a great relationship with an amazing man," emphasized Miranda, "so I know what good is. I have a great launching pad for the future. I will never take that for granted."
But Lambert also has confessed that at times, she lets go with tears and booze. However, the country singer feels that is part of processing the pain from her divorce.
"Some of [moving on with life] might mean nights on my porch crying, drinking whiskey, and going, 'Man, this sucks right now,' " admitted Lambert.
And fans don't have to stress. Miranda has no plans to end her musical career.
"I feel the sexiest when I'm in my element, which is playing music," Lambert revealed. "It doesn't really matter what I'm wearing necessarily or where I'm at, just on stage with my band playing music is sort of where I feel like I belong and that makes me feel sexy."
It also is helping Lambert to recover that she has the strong support of her family, reported Hollywood Life.
Aware that holidays can be challenging after a split, Miranda's mother gave her a fabulous collection of treats, from flowers to wine to her favored indulgence of Cheetos.
"Nothing beats a handwritten note from Mom.#homesweethome #cheetosandwine," shared Lambert on social media.
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