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Miranda Lambert, Blake Shelton Reconciliation Off the Table? Anderson East Plans to Marry Miranda

Miranda Lambert, Blake Shelton Reconciliation Off the Table? Anderson East Plans to Marry Her

While the two have long been separated, there are still some fans that think Miranda Lambert and Blake Shelton will someday have their reconciliation. However, this prospect gets more and more unlikely as time goes on because both artists appear to be happy and content with their current respective relationships.

Miranda Lambert has fellow musician Anderson East by her side. It has been reported how the House That Built Me singer is “very happy” with the relationship. Even her friends apparently think that East is the perfect guy for her.

East himself had no trouble expressing his intents on taking the relationship “to the next level,” so to speak.  He reportedly has frequent open conversations with Lambert. The female country singer also expressed that she is eager to get married, and even have children with him, in the future.

Meanwhile, Blake Shelton is looking forward to the very first anniversary with current partner Gwen Stefani. Ever since they revealed to the public that they have been officially dating as of November last year, the relationship has been going strong.

Add to this the fact that both Stefani and Shelton will be returning as judges for The Voice and the hopes of reconciliation seem to be out of the question entirely. In fact, a recent report had revealed that Stefani has been thankful and feeling “so blessed” for such a strong relationship with Shelton.

Blake Shelton has been married to Miranda Lambert back in 2011. However, the couple decided to part ways late last year, making their marriage last up to just about four years. No official reports or updates on reconciliation have been heard of so far.

The female country singer is set to release her latest album next month. It is title The Weight of These Wings, and is produced by Frank Liddell for RCA Records Nashville.

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