“Even though it’s been more than three years now, Miranda and Blake’s divorce feud is still going strong – and no one is safe,” the insider revealed.
In fact, she’s reportedly been boozing to “hide her sadness.” During a performance at Nashville’s CMA Theater, she knocked back two large tumblers of a mixed vodka drink during her 80-minute concert. “I drink a lot of Tito’s,” she told the crowd. As she started to play, she warned, “If you don’t like sad songs, you might as well go ahead and leave.” Jeez.
“Miranda is anything but happily single,” a source revealed to Life & Style. “She’s been partying to hide her sadness and loneliness. And the split from Evan, who she was considering marrying and starting a family with, is only part of the reason behind her unhappy state.”
Her vodka-fueled concert came after she ended her six-month romance with then-married Turnpike Troubadours frontman Evan Felker — which came on the heels of her three-year relationship with Anderson East.
But she’s clearly still reeling over her breakup with Blake. “Miranda still wants to get back at Blake for the cruel way he broke her heart, drove her out of his life, and then shoved his new romance with Gwen Stefani in her face,” says our source.
Miranda debuted a brand-new song, “Got My Name Changed Back,” during her Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum residency in Nashville on Sept. 26. Although her Pistol Annies bandmate, Angaleena Presley, said the song had “nothing to do with us and is about no one in this group,” the lyrics were clearly aimed at Blake.
“It takes a judge to get married / A judge to get divorced / Well, the last couple years, spent a lot of time in court / Got my name changed back.” She then delivered another lyric about possible cheating: “I got me an ex that I adored,” she sang, “but he got along good with a couple road whores.”
The source concluded, “She’s not naming names in the new song and won’t come out and admit it, but it’s like the song has Blake’s name written all over it.”
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