Miranda Lambert has seemingly confirmed what RadarOnline.com readers already knew—she has split from boyfriend Evan Felker! The country cutie told The Tennessean that she is "happily single," after Radar broke the news that fellow singer and beau Felker had pulled out of her tour at the last minute.
Speculation ran rampant that Lambert's controversial love affair with Felker was over after he was a no-show during Lambert’s Toronto show on Thursday night.
Then, Radar exclusively reported that the Turnpike Troubadours had dropped out of a total of three of Lambert’s shows at the last minute! A publicist for Felker’s band confirmed the news to Radar.
In addition to missing Thursday night’s concert, the Turnpike Troubadours also suddenly pulled out of the “Vice” singer’s performances scheduled on Aug. 24 in Michigan, and Aug. 25 in Illinois.
"They are no longer playing those dates due to some serious family emergencies. The band needs to be close to home right now," the band’s publicist said to Radar in a statement.
Fans were shocked when Radar broke the news earlier this year that Lambert was dating Felker, then still a married man. Radar exclusively revealed that Lambert's beau Felker had left his wife of just one year, Staci Nelson, for the sexy blonde country singer. Blake Shelton's ex-wife Lambert, 34, who previously split from Anderson East, took up with Felker after his band had been the opening act on her Livin’ Like Hippies tour starting in January, sources said.
That was just one month before Felker's wife, Nelson, suddenly filed for divorce from Felker on February 28, 2018 in the District Court of Oklahoma County. US Weekly first spilled the beans that Lambert and Felker were dating, and a Radar investigation revealed Felker was still married!
Photos proved that Lambert and Felker spent lots of time together.
The country hunk and his wife Nelson finalized their divorce last week. At the time of the split, sources told Radar that Nelson “feels free.”
The scorned ex-wife took to her Instagram late Thursday night to comment on Felker's band’s shocking absence from Lambert’s tour.
“I’m just going to say how I really feel about the show cancellations. Those guys never do that,” said Nelson. “This is just my opinion, but I think if the Turnpike Troubadours cancelled shows they had a really good reason.”
Now, Lambert is describing herself in the Tennessean article as "single and happy."
She also commented, “Love is a hard road sometimes and it’s been a roller-coaster ride for me, but I’m definitely thankful for all the ups and downs because I’ve had some really good songs come out of it. You’ve got to take the bad parts and put them on paper and then move on to the happy parts.”
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