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Blake Shelton, Miranda Lambert Divorce After 4 Years

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Blake Shelton, Miranda Lambert Divorce.

NASHVILLE — After years of tabloid gossip, country music’s top couple Blake Shelton and Miranda Lambert announced their divorce after four years of marriage. “This is not the future we envisioned,” the former couple said in the statement. “And it is with heavy hearts that we move forward separately. We are real people, with real lives, with real families, friends and colleagues.” The two — who have been no strangers to tabloid reports about purported troubles in their relationship — met 10 years ago at the taping of a CMT concert, where they performed together. Therefore, we kindly ask for privacy and compassion concerning this very personal matter.” Grammy-winning native Texan Lambert is one of country’s music most lauded female singers who regularly dominated the Academy of Country Music’s and Country Music Association’s awards shows.

Shelton became a ubiquitous star as he juggled his musical and television career, as a judge on The Voice and a co-host of the ACMs. “We’re a really normal couple,” Lambert told the Associated Press in 2010. “… Our careers have both taken a really good step in a good direction at the same time. At the 2014 CMA Awards, the “Automatic” singer took home a record-breaking fifth straight Female Vocalist of the Year trophy, while her husband won his fifth Male Vocalist title. While the pair’s only official duet was the album track “Bear Skin Rug,” on Shelton’s Startin’ Fires, they often shared the stage, duetting on “Over You” and Shelton’s “God Gave Me You,” for which Lambert appeared in the video. Lambert, along with her Pistol Annies band members Ashley Monroe and Angaleena Presley, also sang on Shelton’s “Boys ‘Round Here.” Lambert is gearing up for her fall Roadside Bars & Pink Guitars Tour and will play a special — and already sold-out — club show at Nashville’s 3rd and Lindsley on July 28th. Shelton will perform a pair of festival shows this weekend in Wisconsin. 2015 may not bring everything that Back to the Future II promised it would: flying cars, self-lacing shoes, we don’t see ’em happening over the next 12 months. (Then again, don’t bet against Nike.) But this year will definitely pack plenty of punch when it comes to cultural happenings.

Mad Max will roar back out of the apocalypse while Mad Men rides off into the sunset, rock’s Antichrist Superstar and hip-hop’s Yeezus will rise again. A group associated with the Church of Scientology lobbied against a vetoed Texas bill that would have allowed doctors in the state to detain dangerous and mentally ill patients, The Texas Tribune reports.

The paper has obtained records showing that a conglomerate group that included the Scientology-founded Citizens Commission on Human Rights (CCHR) sent information to the state’s Republican governor, Greg Abbott, who vetoed the bill. (Abbott is Christian.) The legislation would have given emergency room doctors a four-hour window in which they could detain patients who were mentally ill or appeared unsafe until authorities could assess the situation. Two weeks before Abbott’s veto, a group calling itself the SB 359 Veto Coalition hand-delivered a letter to the governor opposing the bill, the paper reports. Other groups who were involved in the Veto Coalition include the Texas Home School Coalition, the League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC), the anti-vaccine group Parents Requesting Open Vaccine Education and Texans for Accountable Government.

The governor “should have reached out to physicians and other medical personnel who provide care in the real world of our emergency rooms before vetoing this legislation,” said the Texas Medical Association in a statement, which lobbied in favor of the bill.

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