As you may already know, Blake Shelton’s ex Miranda Lambert decided to change the lyrics of a song during a recent performance in order to diss him and Gwen Stefani. But instead of getting angry and firing back at Lambert, the couple seems to be way too busy bashing in their own happiness and love to even care about the ex’s attack.
The country crooner tweaked the lyrics of her song ‘Little Red Wagon,’ while performing it during the very first stage of her tour.
It made people think that she still holds a grudge against Blake and Gwen as instead of ‘I live in Oklahoma,’ she sang ‘I got the Hell outta Oklahoma.’
Now, one source told us what Blake thought about the fact that the woman was so glad to be away from him and his current lady love that she sands about it on stage.
‘Blake had his own songs as well as conversations after separating with Miranda, and she has her similar journey as well, but Gwen and Blake are really interested in letting go of Lambert and what she says or does from now on. Blake and Gwen know they cannot move forward by always looking back. That story’s done, and the story right now is Gwen and Blake,’ the insider explained.
It’s incredible how every day, Stefani and Shelton manage to prove that their relationship is just getting stronger and really, nothing can ruin it for them – they’re just too happy together.
‘They’re still in love, they’re in a wonderful relationship, and they want to have it be their relationship. Thinking of exes is tiring and does not do anything for the health of their romance,’ the source shared.