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Staci Nelson Celebrates Ex-Wedding Anniversary After Miranda Lambert Cheating Scandal

Miranda Lambert Cheating Scandal Evan Felker Staci Nelson Rewrites Wedding Anniversary
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Feb. 25 2019, Updated 11:41 a.m. ET

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Staci Nelson is ready to put the pain of her broken marriage behind her, has learned.

On what would have been Nelson and Evan Felker's second wedding anniversary on September 14, the scorned ex-wife hinted that she's moving on. She thanked a farm in White Bluff, Tennessee for hosting her and her friends for a relaxing day riding horses into the sunset.

"It really was the perfect place to re-write my 9/14 story," Nelson captioned the photo.

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As readers know, Nelson and Felker's divorce was finalized on Aug. 16.

Shortly after, two-timing Felker concerned fans as his band, The Turnpike Troubadours, pulled out of Lambert's tour at the last minute.

Felker claimed a kidney stone was the reason for the cancellations.

That same week Lambert admitted she was single, confirming the former lovebirds had split.

But news of their split has not changed Nelson's mind. Sources previously told that Nelson refuses to date after the cheating scandal left her feeling betrayed.

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