Miranda Lambert, Blake Shelton Try To Shield Marriage? Couple Debunks Divorce Rumors As Country Sweetheart Visits ‘The Voice’ Judge On Set!


Miranda Lambert and Blake Shelton try to keep their marriage private as long as they can yet the couple managed to debunk divorce rumors as the country sweetheart visited “The Voice” judge on the set.

In an interview with 60 Minutes, according to Radio.com , Blake Shelton said that they never really discussed doing interviews together but admitted that it “would be interesting.” “We try so hard to keep people’s focus on what we do and not our marriage.

It’s almost impossible to do that,” he said.

“When we do interviews, I love talking about her.

I could talk about her all day,” he added.

“All we’ve got left is she and I and our home and we just want to keep it that way.” Miranda Lambert and Blake Shelton’s marriage has been rumored to be in the rocks lately especially after the “The Voice” coach admitted on television that he cheated on his first wife with Miranda.

But the two appeared to be as strong as ever.

Miranda Lambert also said in the same but separate interview that they are very honest toward each other when it comes to their marriage.

“We’ve told the good, the bad, the ugly,” she said.

“The only private thing we have is our home.

If we don’t protect that than we have nothing.

We have to have something that is just us.

This is our line.

We have our one little area of the world that no one can come into,” she added.

Meanwhile, the couple dodge the rumors on Miranda Lambert and Blake Shelton’s divorcewhen spent time together on the set of “The Voice.” The country sweetheart aparently visited her husband, said Hollywood Life .

In an interview with the website, Blake Shelton admitted that keeping the marriage to Miranda Lambert sacred amid their celebrity status is tough.

“I mean, luckily, in my case, and I know in [Adam Levine’s] case too because I see [Behati Prinsloo] all the time, our wives – they make time to be here with us because when you’re doing a live television show twice a year, [it’s tough].”

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