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Blake Shelton and Miranda Lambert finalise divorce

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Blake Shelton and Miranda Lambert Split 10 Years After Falling in Love at First Sight Onstage—Watch the Moment It Happened!.

Shelton is said to have filed papers to end the union some time ago and an Oklahoma judge is expected to finalize the split on Monday, according to TMZ.com.

It was 2005 and the country stars were partnered together on a duet of David Frizzell and Shelly West’s “You’re the Reason God Made Oklahoma” at the CMT 100 Greatest Duets concert. “I knew better, like, this is off limits,” Lambert told Dateline in 2011. “My parents are private investigators for God’s sake.“This is not the future we envisioned,” the couple said in a statement to the Associated Press. “And it is with heavy hearts that we move forward separately. The estranged couple is allegedly sticking to the terms of its prenuptial agreement, which grants Shelton a ranch in Oklahoma, while Lambert will receive ownership of the pair’s home in Nashville, Tenn.

Of all people to know better, I know better than this.” Less than a year after the duet, Shelton divorced Williams (“I just really don’t think I was ready to be a husband,” he told PEOPLE in 2007) but that didn’t make a relationship between the busy superstars any easier. “In the early days when it was easy to give up and say, ‘This is too hard.’ She’s the one that always found a way,” Shelton said of Lambert in November 2012. Therefore, we kindly ask for privacy and compassion concerning this very personal matter.” Lambert, 31, and Shelton, 39, met while filming a CMT special in 2005, when Shelton was still married to his first wife, Kaynette Williams. Forgoing dinner-and-a-movie dates, Lambert and Shelton enjoyed a courtship full of hunting trips, boat excursions, evenings of friends and their shared “habit,” drinking. “I was wearing a camo jacket and no makeup. Standing up there and singing with somebody and going, ‘Man, this shouldn’t be happening.’ Looking back on that, I was falling in love with her, right there on stage.” In her final magazine interview before the split announcement — for Country Living’s June 2015 cover story — Lambert said she and Shelton were settling into a routine. “We’re building a new house, and I’ve been saving inspiration on Pinterest,” she explained of their day-to-day lives. “A friend of mine recently said, ‘I can see your Pinterest boards, and all you have on there are dog rooms.’ My husband and I have 15 rescue animals, and I spend way too much time planning our pets’ spaces.

Looking back it makes the moment even more special, but now we have to take a moment of silence to honor the sadly broken country music-singing power couple. I’m like, okay, I probably need to move on to the laundry room!” She also said this year that her husband was her better half. “I’m not sunshine and roses. Tell me, was it perfect?’ And he said, ‘Honey, it was perfect!’ ” Though their schedules would become more and more chaotic through the years (Shelton became a coach on The Voice in 2011 as Lambert’s solo career soared), the couple mandated they be able to see each other at least once every two weeks and savored their time spent together at their sprawling Tishomingo, Oklahoma, home. “We live in the middle of nowhere and have a totally different life away from work,” Lambert said in April 2014. “We do the things we sing about in our songs – we go four-wheeling, we back-road, we fish, we eat at my mother-in-law’s at least twice a week.” As they settled into married life, Shelton and Lambert agreed to discuss a time line for having kids once she turned 30. Blake’s the happiest person on the planet,” Lambert told Marie Claire in the January 2015 issue. “He pulls me out of my darkness … Literally, everything is the best about being married.” It was just this draw to each other.” Although the trouble-in-paradise rumors plagued the couple for as long as they were married, both insisted that everything was OK, but they wanted to make sure they maintained their privacy despite living in the spotlight. “We feel like we’re very honest with who we are and our relationship,” the 31-year-old “Heart Like Mine” singer said in another interview. “We’ve kinda told the good, the bad, the ugly as our relationship has progressed from the beginning till now.

And people dig anyway and they make up lies, so I feel like, we don’t really hold back, because if you hold back they’re going to dig anyway so might as well just tell it.” The Voice coach also told 60 Minutes that he and Lambert rarely did interviews together because they knew it would turn into something other than the business at hand. “But for her and I to sit here together, it’s just going to turn into something about our marriage and it’s all we got left that’s private, is she and I and our home,” he explained. “And we just want to keep it that way.” Shelton will next perform on 24 July at a country festival in Eau Claire, Wisconsin, while Lambert is scheduled to play at an event in Nashville four days later.

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