Miranda Lambert, Blake Shelton Battle Never-ending Divorce Rumors

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Miranda Lambert and Blake Shelton seem to be nearing divorce ... just about every single day of their lives.

Only they really know the state of their marriage, and yet, rumors continue to fly that the country royalty are slowly but surely drifting apart.

The couple seem to put out positive vibes whenever they speak about their marriage and each other. Just this week, Shelton commented that a song one of the contestants sang on The Voice was the very song that was sung at his wedding to his wife.

Recent sources, including In Touch magazine, have been reporting that the couple are facing huge hurdles in their marriage because of time apart.

“They’re barely together. Miranda is worried that if this keeps up, they’ll continue to grow apart. She wants Blake to stop partying so hard and get healthy like she did. But he has no plans to slow down,” said the source.

They may be spending too much time apart, but they are "Blakanda" (yeah, I just made that up) after all, with careers that are astronomical. Time apart is the nature of their work and passion.

Shelton, 38, takes to Twitter every so often to comment on the rumors that swirl around the couple.

And even if they do spend a lot of time apart with their careers, Lambert, 30, still takes takes to Twitter to share good news with her husband and to celebrate his victories.

Lambert and Shelton will likely continue to squash divorce rumors, and The Voice coach just keeps on trying to put an end to speculation. During an appearance on the Today show earlier this year. Shelton told Carson Daly that he and Lambert are actually very happy these days.

“I would take this opportunity to say, to clear the air, you may pick up a magazine or a tabloid any day of the week that’ll say something about my relationship with Miranda, and that it’s in turmoil and we’re gonna divorce. And the truth is, I’ve never felt a stronger bond… not only with her but with any other human being in my life. I mean, Miranda and I, she’s my life.”

Pam Wright