One of Country Music’s hottest couples is calling it QUITS.
Six years of dating and then four years of marriage, but it’s over now. That’s right, Blake Shelton and Miranda Lambert are getting divorced. It’s been rumored that Blake was the one that filed the paperwork.
Now, if Miranda was surprised with that news, we’d all be anxiously awaiting the moment that she’d “show him what little girls are made of – [aka] gunpowder and lead.”
Stop biting your nails people. That’s not the case here.
After the news hit, the couple released a statement.
“This is not the future we envisioned. And it is with heavy hearts that we move forward separately. We are real people, with real lives, with real families, friends and colleagues. Therefore, we kindly ask for privacy and compassion concerning this very personal matter.”
Not individual statements, but a couple’s statement. Is that a thing?
Just shows that they really did care for each other taking on this last publicity battle together. AWW. That’s kind of lovely in a mushy way. ❤
I hate to say, “I called it,” but I’m not gonna lie, (that’s the one thing I will never do to you guys, is lie, duh) I really did call this though! I don’t know what exactly it is about their chemistry, but I just didn’t feel it with them two. (I act like I’m standing in between them feeling every emotion & touch, HAHA I haven’t.)
What I did know, is that these two are making it big at the same time.
Alright, Alright. The uber private moment they share is presh. But, like, at the same time, it felt so minimal. I WANT MORE.
And, apparently getting “more us time” just didn’t work out. I mean, we are talking about two country music singers at the climax of their careers. What’d we expect? Of course they aren’t going to get as much time to spend together. As Miranda put it, “Blake’s person is pulling him that way and my person is pulling me this way.”
Either way, we are sorry to hear this devastating news for Miranda & Blake.
Maybe one day, when they’re careers die down, they’ll find each other again… And ride off into the sunset… On a white horse. What? A girl can dream, can’t she?