Blake Shelton and Miranda Lambert divorce saga is still making headlines with ‘The Voice’ star still furious and determined to cut all ties with his former wife that he threw off her belongings on the porch of his ranch outside Tishomingo, Oklahoma.
Supporting the photos, which surfaced Lambert’s articles outside their house, Hollywood Life reported quoting a source that the two were putting on a smile for the public but boiling inside.
“Blake and Miranda seem like the best of friends by the looks of their tweets to one and other, but the truth is, Blake is still furious with Miranda. He’s just taking the high road and doesn’t want the drama of airing out their issues in public,” said the report quoting a source.
The source said Blake apparently refused to reveal what exactly drove him turn mad at Miranda . He reportedly refused to take a trial separation as proposed by Miranda seeking any counseling. "Something about Miranda upset him so much he just wanted the marriage to be over as fast as possible," said the source.
However, TMZ reported that the items were discarded by Lambert and she never wanted them back either. Yet, Shelton is very much upset with his 31-year-old former wife that he had thrown her stuff outside his ranch making his anger visible.
“The sooner they do that the sooner he can move on. Until then he will continue to smile for the cameras and pretend like everything is fine between them,” the source told Hollywood Life. Shelton and Miranda, the “Over You” singer have already made public their divorce move on July 20 for the cameras, ending their marriage of four years and another 6 years of dating prior to that.
The couple’s divorce spiralled speculation that Miranda’s affair with country singer Chris Young could have led to the divorce decision but Young denied any role in the famous break up of 2015. Even Miranda denied reports of infidelity maintaining she was faithful to her husband throughout their marriage. However, the media reports and speculations have led to virtual scrutiny of their marriage in the public with photos of her stff outside the ranch and frequent reports based on sources.
Otherwise, Miranda Lambert participated at a special acoustic performance in Nashville, Tennessee that was held to raise funds for the Miranda Lambert Women Creators Fund that provides scholarship to women studying at the Belmont University’s Mike Curb College of Entertainment and Music Business, said a report in People magazine.
"The theme of this concert was very much women’s empowerment," said the report quoting a concertgoer Alexa Beyer. It added that Lambert "looked so strong and together … that’s the way to go through a breakup — she just bounced back."