Miranda Lambert Makes First Post-Divorce Appearance


Less than 48 hours after news of her divorce from Blake Shelton broke, Miranda Lambert made an appearance aside longtime friend Ashley Monroe.

According to those in attendance at Nashville’s The Basement, Lambert joined Monroe to perform “Heart Like Mine,” which she released and Monroe wrote.

The show will be broadcast on Sirius XM’s “The Highway” at 11pm EST tonight.


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  1. diamond.countrygirl@yahoo.com'

    Thank you Nicole for this review.Ashley is such a voice…Miranda was beautiful with the smile. My Aunt once remarked after watching Miranda back when she was heavier, ‘That Miranda may be a bit over weight, but damn she’s sexy”! So I’ll just say Miranda doesn’t seem to be over weight, but damn she looked sexy!!! Miranda is where she belongs, there in Nashville with her girlfriends, near Ole Hickory, the water she loves, still has her animals. Should take care of the loneliness.Oh yes, thanks for posting the pictures!!!

  2. jodyjdc@aol.com'

    This is the time for friends and family. Enough of the stupid press supppositions. Haven’t they done enough already?

    1. Shannon

      I hope you’re not calling this story stupid because we never mentioned anything except Miranda heading out to support a friend post divorce. No suppositions there.

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