Miranda Lambert ‘hurt by Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani’s romance’
Miranda Lambert reportedly felt a “tinge of hurt” when news broke of Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani’s new relationship.
Country singers Miranda and Blake announced they had divorced in July (15) after four years of marriage, much to the surprise of the couple’s fans.
Just a few months later, rumours began circulating that Blake and his The Voice co-star Gwen were more than just friends and after the news of the pair’s new relationship status was apparently confirmed, Miranda is said to be struggling with the development.
“There was a tinge of hurt when Miranda heard the news," a source close to the singer told People magazine. "But they are divorced, after all, and she wishes nothing but the best for Blake."
While Blake has clearly moved on from his marriage, Miranda is focusing on other aspects of her life.
The 32 year old isn’t too worried about finding a future partner, and is instead concentrating on “the simpler things in life”.
“Miranda is not concentrating on dating right now, but wouldn't rule it out,” the source continued.
"Her concentration is on her new music, dogs, horses, life in Nashville and her family and friends.”
It was reported earlier this month that a representative for the No Doubt singer had confirmed she is dating Blake.
The statement read: "Gwen and Blake are longtime friends who have very recently started dating."
However, Gwen later insisted she had never given anyone permission to release the news, telling America's syndicated Frankie and Geena Morning Show on Tuesday (10Nov15), "I never said nothing about being in a new relationship. I don't know who said that but somebody did."
Gwen and Blake were spotted holding hands at a party following the CMA Awards in Nashville, Tennessee on Wednesday (04Nov15), but the No Doubt star is still playing coy about a new romance.
"My kid came in last night to tell me about it," she told the radio hosts. "So, that's how crazy my life is. People can just say whatever they want and then they can just believe it."
- Cover Media