Brantley Gilbert has never been divorced, but he knows what it’s like to have a very public breakup with another famous country music singer. On Monday Blake Shelton and Miranda Lambert announced their divorce, and the “One Hell of an Amen” singer says he is praying for them.
Thanks for the memories, Blake Shelton and Miranda Lambert. While the two will surely be booked for the same event in the future (both are already set to play WE Fest the second weekend of August) they’re unlikely to sing a song together again. So Taste of Country has compiled the best moments from previous, impromptu duets. What’s your No. 1?
The title track of Ashely Monroe's new The Blade album is a duet with Miranda Lambert, so when she didn't appear during Monroe's performance of the song at the Basement in Nashville on Wednesday night (July 22), it seemed unlikely the two friends would share the stage at all that night.
Just days before Miranda Lambert and Blake Shelton’s divorce became public knowledge, Lambert broke down while singing “The House That Built Me” in Cheyenne, Wyoming. The moment may have foreshadowed what was to come.
From now on, the future will be looking even brighter for country star Blake Shelton — though he probably won't have to wear those goofy shades for long. The 39-year-old country star underwent Lasik eye surgery on Wednesday (July 15) to get his vision to a perfect 20/20.
At 3 feet, 6 inches tall, the blue-eyed, blonde-haired beauty is a Miranda Lambert wannabe. She has memorized all the words to Lambert's song and takes a shine to performing them on her makeshift stage, an overturned water trough...
Miranda Lambert played her own set at Soldier Field in Chicago over the weekend, and then returned to the stage to join headliner Kenny Chesney on his hit "You and Tequila." Lambert sings Grace Potter's part on the ballad — fans were enthusiastic to say the least. Video shows that the "Little Red Wagon" singer kind of nailed it.
While in Chicago for a June 6 gig on Kenny Chesney's The Big Revival tour, Miranda Lambert's band apparently decided to book a surprise show of their own — and of course, the "Roots and Wings" singer couldn't miss out on the fun.
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