Miranda Lambert Says Blake Shelton Is "Amazing Man"

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Miranda Lambert is undoubtedly handling her split from Blake Shelton and his subsequent love fest with Gwen Stefani really well.

Recently, Miranda Lambert discussed her marriage and how she's healing and dealing.

Miranda Lambert admitted that her relationship with Blake was something worth using for her future, saying, "I had a great relationship with an amazing man, so I know what good is. I have a great launching pad for the future. I will never take that for granted."

Of course, it's not always easy and won't be for a while.

She added, "Some of that might mean nights on my porch crying, drinking whiskey, and going, 'Man, this sucks right now.'"

Miranda Lambert's life right now is pretty sweet though, and her music is helping.

She said, "I feel the sexiest when I'm in my element, which is playing music. It doesn't really matter what I'm wearing necessarily or where I'm at, just on stage with my band playing music is sort of where I feel like I belong and that makes me feel sexy."

Miranda Lambert's ex, Blake Shelton, is moving on rather quickly, apparently not needing the healing time that she does.

Diamonds are a girls best friend! #2isbetterthan1 #piercing #32today #bday

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Apparently, Gwen doesn't need to take things slow either.

#disneyland !!!!!!!! Gx

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Recently, it seemed that she said she loves Blake Shelton in an impromptu way.

Adam Levine was handing out a little smack talk on his co-host, saying, "F**k Blake. I've known Blake for too long. Blake's just my buddy."

He added, "I'm just kidding. I love you, Blake! Kinda. Ish."

Gwen Stefani then said, "I love you too, Blake. Ish."

Yikes.

Miranda Lambert may have taken a few swigs of whiskey after that one.

What do you think about Miranda Lambert saying that Blake Shelton is an amazing man?

Lacy Langley
Lacy is a writer from Texas. She likes spending time in the home office, homeschooling her kids, playing the didgeridoo, caring for her chickens (Thelma and Louise), Rolos, Christmas, and Labyrinth.