Miranda Lambert shades ex-husband Blake Shelton


Miranda Lambert is really over Blake Shelton.


The couple split in 2015 after four years of marriage, and while both country singers have moved on — Lambert with Anderson East and Shelton with Gwen Stefani — Lambert still sometimes references her divorce.

Miranda Lambert found a creative way to get around her dated lyrics.


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The country singer sings about living in Oklahoma in her 2015 hit "Little Red Wagon." But since Lambert moved out of the home state of her ex-husband Blake Shelton, she decided to update the lyrics to her song.

During one of her concerts last week, Lambert changed a lyric in her song, “Little Red Wagon,” to throw shade at her previous marriage.

Instead of singing “I live in Oklahoma,” Lambert changed the lyrics and sang, “I got the hell out of Oklahoma,” alluding to Shelton’s home state and where they lived while they were married.

A fan posted a video of Lambert singing "Little Red Wagon" on the opening night of her "Livin' Like Hippies" tour.




Her fans cheered as Lambert sang the updated tune on stage.

This isn't the first time the 34-year-old changed the lyrics to "Little Red Wagon." After the Texas-native chopped off her signature long, blonde locks, she changed the words from "long, blonde hair" to "short, blonde hair."

At another concert in January 2018, Lambert addressed her divorce again.

“I got divorced, so I started drinking a little extra,” she told the crowd before singing her song “Ugly Lights.”

Lambert and Shelton divorced in the summer of 2015 after four years of marriage.

She is currently dating singer Anderson East.


 





Source: Fox



The singer has spoken candidly in the past about her desire to have more children.


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