Another song from Miranda Lambert has tongues wagging and is causing a lot of ink to be spilled in the media because it seems to directed at her ex-husband, Blake Shelton, and his lady love, Gwen Stefani.
It has been three years since the power couple officially ended their marriage and went their separate ways.
While Blake seems to have found real and lasting love with the mother of three; Miranda has not been very lucky in the love department.
She dated Anderson East and Evan Felker, but things did not work out.
Insiders keep insisting that Miranda is jealous of Blake and she seems to confirm that by debuting a brand new song entitled “Got My Name Changed Back” during her Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum residency in Nashville. The title and lyrics were reportedly aimed at Blake.
The country star sang: “It takes a judge to get married / A judge to get divorced / Well, the last couple of years, spent a lot of time in court / Got my name changed back. I got me an ex that I adored,” she sang, “but he got along good with a couple road whores.”
A close friend of the diva told In Touch about the song: “Even though it’s been more than three years now, Miranda and Blake’s divorce feud is still going strong – and no one is safe. She’s not naming names in the new song and won’t come out and admit it, but it’s like the song has Blake’s name written all over it.”
According to In Style, Miranda is unhappy and still plotting to hit back at her ex-spouse for breaking her heart.
The family friend claimed: “Miranda is anything but happily single. She’s been partying to hide her sadness and loneliness. And the split from Evan, who she was considering marrying and starting a family with, is only part of the reason behind her unhappy state.”
The pal added: “Miranda still wants to get back at Blake for the cruel way he broke her heart, drove her out of his life, and then shoved his new romance with Gwen Stefani in her face.”
Miranda hit the stage at the Nashville’s CMA Theater where she drank a few mixed vodka drinks and explained: “I drink a lot of Tito’s. If you don’t like sad songs, you might as well go ahead and leave.”
It has been revealed that Gwen is tired of the diva continually talking about the divorce in her songs.