YASSS, Miranda Lambert.
One of the hardest things (other than divorce itself) is watching your ex move on to someone else. The 32-year-old singer handled her breakup and finding out Blake Shelton was in a new relationship with Gwen Stefani shortly after like a BOSS.
Despite any opportunity to throw her ex under the bus, the country songstress kept it classy like the true country version of Beyoncé that she is.
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Here are the top five things we learned from watching Miz Lambert move on:
Unless you live under a rock, you already know The Voice co-judges Gwen Stefani and Blake Shelton are officially an item — as reps for both of the singers confirmed just before the CMA Awards on Wednesday.
Following pics surfacing of the duo holding hands after the show, there was no doubt that they were ready to be out in the open with their romance.
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In a new interview DFW radio station 103.7 KVIL via ET, Miz Stefani — whose divorce from Gavin Rossdale was recently finalized — told the #Uncorked hosts THIS when asked about Miranda Lambert's ex:
"He's a pretty rad guy, I have to say that. There's been loads of people that have helped me with this tragedy. There's definitely key people that have pointed me into the right direction. Blake really helped me. Not to change the subject, but it's kinda on the same subject, Pharrell was literally like a guardian angel."
Well, she definitely did change the subject… but we'll take it!
When prompted about the new couple's decision to go public, the mom-of-three said:
Shortly after Miranda Lambert shared a heartfelt message thanking her fans and country music for her "amazing life" following Wednesday's CMA Awards, she once again took to her Facebook page to share some very relevant lyrics.
Considering she probably can't escape the news of her ex Blake Shelton's new romance with Gwen Stefani, we're happy the blonde beauty is finding comfort in music!
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The telling words from Lake Street Drive's song Better Than read:
"I could spend ages reading the news / I could spend days, singing the blues / But I turn up the TV light / Give up without a fight / Better than pretending to know what's wrong and what's right."
The 31-year-old songstress added:
ICYMI, Hayden Panettiere voluntarily entered treatment last month after battling postpartum depression following the birth of her daughter Kaya in December 2014 — and according to her Nashville costar Riley Smith, she's doing just fine.
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The 37-year-old newcomer — who plays rocker Markus Keen — attended the CMA Awards on Wednesday with other stars from the ABC hit show, where he provided an update on the actress: