Miranda Lambert Sang Gwen Stefani’s Song At Karaoke Before Blake Shelton Divorce — Awkward

Well, looking back now...this is pretty awkward! Just one month before Blake Shelton filed for divorce, Miranda Lambert performed Gwen Stefani's band's song at karaoke...and now Blake is dating the No Doubt singer. Yikes! Cherish this video, people, because there's a high probability we'll never see Miranda Lambert sing No Doubt during karaoke ever again! The country star sang the band's hit "Spiderwebs" during a surprise appearance in June, which is totally awkward since her ex-husband, Blake Shelton, is now dating frontwoman Gwen Stefani...

At the time, Miranda obviously had no idea she’d be involved in a highly-publicized love triangle that involved Gwen just four months later. She looked fabulous while rocking out at Joe’s Bar in Chicago, wearing a white tank top and daisy dukes while performing with Gwen Sebastian, who was one of Blake’s team members on Season 2 of The Voice…the same show where he met Gwen!

This whole thing went down just one month before Blake filed for divorce on July 6. The country couple announced their split once it was finalized two weeks later, and two weeks after that Gwen and her husband of 13 years, Gavin Rossdale, also decided to call it quits. Since Blake and Gwen were working together on The Voice, rumors almost immediately started flying that they were dating, but they didn’t actually turn from friends to lovers until just recently!

The 46-year-old’s rep confirmed the relationship on Nov. 4, and just hours later, the couple made their first public appearance together — they were photographed holding hands at a CMA Awards after party! As HollywoodLife.com previously reported, sparks actually started flying between the singers when they were recording a song together, and they just couldn’t fight the feelings any longer. Awww!

HollywoodLifers, what do you think of Miranda’s karaoke performance? Do you think it’s weird that Blake and Gwen are dating?

— Alyssa Norwin

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