What Miranda Lambert Thinks About Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani Being Official

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It's never fun watching an ex move on. Just ask Miranda Lambert about all that.

The country singer not only won big at the 2015 CMA Awards last night, but also had to deal with the hurtful news that her recent-ex-husband Blake Shelton is officially dating his The Voice co-star Gwen Stefani. Don't worry, she's not letting the news get her down.

According to E! News, the Blake and Gwen news has been a little hard for Miranda to digest, but she's making the most of being single and her success. She took home an award for Female Vocalist of the Year last night and was so happy to win. "It lit up her night!" a source told E!.

As for that divorce joke from the show's hosts Carrie Underwood and Brad Paisley? Well it supposedly "was a bit uncomfortable" for Miranda, but a source says that she was OK with it. "It didn't really effect her mood," added the insider, "because she was just trying to focus on her successful win!"

Miranda "had a blast" at the CMAs, and the source told E! exclusively that, "She has moved on from Blake and is excited to start the next chapter in her life." She "is single now and talking to a few people," noting that she's "just having fun and not taking anything too seriously!"

She's really not feeling all the attention she's getting right now, though. She "really wants all of this media frenzy to blow over." She doesn't have any bad blood with Blake or Gwen, either.

"Blake is just a flirty kind of charmer," the source told E!. "She has nothing against Gwen and thinks she is a very talented artist. Whomever Blake is with she wishes them the best."
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