Published On: Tue, Sep 13th, 2016

Blake Shelton's Ex-Wife Sick; Miranda Lambert Cancels 2016 Tours? Ex-Couple Did Not Interact at the Event?

Blake Shelton’s ex-wife, Miranda Lambert, has allegedly cancelled her shows. Moreover, the cancelled shows will not be rescheduled.

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According to a report from, Miranda Lambert has already cancelled her concert at the AT&T Center because of a mandated vocal rest. The show will not be rescheduled as the tickets will be refunded.


Lambert’s shows in Corpus Christi at the American Bank Center last Thursday and the show on Friday at Austin’s Frank Erwin Center were also cancelled. The three shows were believed to be the last three locations for her Keeper of the Flame tour.

The House That Built Me singer-songwriter who is 32 years old is not a stranger to voice issues, as she also had to reschedule her show in Canada back in July 2015 because of the inflammation of her vocal cords.

In the meantime, Us Weekly unveiled that Lambert and Shelton did not interact with each other at the ACM Honor Awards last August 30.

Shelton was apparently in his dressing room while Lambert performed on stage and the She’s Got a Way With Words country singer did not have a seat at the audience at all.

“Blake and Miranda did not request to be far away from each other, but they never interacted,” the onlooker claimed. “Everyone at the ACMs knew they wouldn’t want to cross paths.”

Lambert also left the event when Shelton hit the stage to perform. Neither of them walked the red carpet and both of them did not bring their new partners, Gwen Stefani and Anderson East, at the event.

Lambert and Shelton got divorced in July 2015 after being married to each other for four years.

“We are real people with real lives and real s–t,” Lambert said in an interview back in December. “We are both very honest. This is what it is now, and we are moving forward.

As of now, Blake Shelton and Miranda Lambert are both happy with their new significant others.

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