AceShowbiz - Miranda Lambert recently appeared to shade her ex-husband Blake Shelton during a performance in South Carolina. However, instead of getting angry and firing back at Miranda, Blake and his girlfriend Gwen Stefani, decide to completely ignore it.
"Blake had his own songs and conversations separating with Miranda and Miranda has her similar journey as well but Gwen and Blake really are interested in letting go of Miranda Lambert and what she says or does moving forward," a source close to the couple told HollywoodLife.com. "Gwen and Blake know they can't move forward by always looking back. That story is done and the story is now Gwen and Blake."
The couple manages to prove that their relationship is just getting stronger despite the diss. The source added that the power couple is "still in love, they're in a wonderful relationship, and they want to have it be their relationship."
"Thinking of exes is tiring and doesn't do anything for the health of their relationship," the source continued. "It's a new year and to them all that drama and nonsense is now in the rear view mirror where it belongs and they intend to keep things that way."
Miranda seemingly shaded the "God Gave Me You" singer during her performance of "Little Red Wagon" at an event in Greenville, South Carolina, changing the lyrics to reflect the pair's split. The songstress usually sings "I live in Oklahoma" in the track, but she changed it to "I got the hell out Oklahoma," getting applause from the audience. Blake and Miranda lived in his Oklahoma home until their divorce.
Miranda and Blake's marriage ended in July 2015 after four years. A few months later, the country songstress started dating Anderson East, while Blake moved on with Gwen.