Miranda Lambert on Blake Shelton Divorce: “There Ain’t a Side” to Take

Miranda Lambert and Blake Shelton attend the 49th Annual Academy Of Country Music Awards at the MGM Grand Garden Arena on April 6, 2014 Jason Merritt/Getty Images

It's Automatic. Five months after her divorce from Blake Shelton, a single Miranda Lambert said in a new interview that there were no sides to take in their split.

"We are real people with real lives and real s–t," Lambert, 32, told Cosmopolitan (via Page Six). "We’re both very honest. This is what it is now, and we’re moving forward. We don’t need all the opinions. We just need y’all to be supportive, and nobody pick a side — because there ain’t a side."

As diplomatic as she was with her response about Shelton, Lambert hinted that the women in her family are more than meets the eye. "We will offer you a sweet tea and hug and love you to death, but we will not put up with your s–t," she told Cosmo.

Lambert and Shelton, 39, announced their split this past July after four years of marriage. The same day the superstar singers confirmed their separation, their divorce was finalized. 

While Lambert remains unattached, her ex-husband has since moved on with another newly single music star: Gwen Stefani, who announced her split from husband Gavin Rossdale in August. (The No Doubt songstress' rep confirmed the news of the coupling exclusively to Us Weekly this past October.)

Though Shelton moved on quickly after his divorce, the country hunk told the Bobby Bones Show in September that he and Lambert were copacetic. "Our whole thing was, we are going to be cool about this," the "Honey Bee" crooner claimed. "It is what it is. We're buddies."

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