Shelton explained, "It went from that, to checking in on each other once a week through email — 'This sh*t happened to me, what happened to you?' — to maybe three times a week, then every day, to, 'Hey, here's my phone number if you ever want to text.' Next thing I know, I wake up and she's all I care about, and I'm wondering if she feels the same about me.” He believes the No Doubt singer "saved my life." "Who else on earth could understand going through a high-profile divorce from another musician? He was like, 'Dude, sorry.' I was like, 'I know man.'" Young also released a statement on Twitter: "I don't normally address gossip but in this case I will.My name has been mentioned as a contributing factor in Blake and Miranda's divorce. They are both my friends and I would not betray that friendship.
A spy told ) that on one outing, "Miranda and Chris were really into each other.
When you have a broken heart — at least, when I do — you got to get it out of your system. I was at rock bottom, in the middle of hell." Shelton also insisted fans "can learn some facts of my divorce” by listening to the album.
“Maybe not specifics, but you can get a general idea about it." The country star revealed that he stayed with fellow “The Voice” coach Adam Levine during the split.
Sources close to Lambert told that while she would visit Shelton in Los Angeles often to accommodate his filming schedule, he rarely went out to see her at home in Oklahoma, leading her to "feel like an abandoned wife" and to ultimately declare, "This is no way to live." An insider also told , "She does that for me way more than I've ever done that for her.
I'll be the first one to admit that, because I'm old and I'm more apt to give up and she won't. She's always been the one to go through hell to make sure we spend time together." that Blake Shelton believed Miranda Lambert was cheating on him with country singer Chris Young, who previously opened for her on tour.