Miranda Lambert had a very awkward run-in with Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani at the ACM awards in Vegas

The Academy of Country Music Awards saw plenty of awkward moments between Blake Shelton and his ex-wife Miranda Lambert.


                            Miranda Lambert had a very awkward run-in with Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani at the ACM awards in Vegas
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Running into your ex when you are in a close-knit circle is inevitable just as Miranda Lambert experienced. She had a public run-in with her ex-husband Blake Shelton and his current girlfriend Gwen Stefani at the Academy of Country Music Awards in Las Vegas. 

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When Miranda went up on stage to collect her award for Tin Man as Song of The Year, there was another super awkward moment. In her acceptance speech, she explained to fans that her album, 'The Weight of These Wings' was recorded very shortly after she and Blake Shelton split up. 

She did not make any eye contact with the Voice judge and also thanked her fans for sharing her "broken heart". 

It seems as though the Country crowd favored her and as told by a source, "There were many moments throughout the night when people socialized, but Blake and Gwen remained in their seats. No one approached to speak to them." Miranda recently split up with her boyfriend Anderson East and attended the ACM Awards solo. 

 

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As reported by US Weekly, a source speaking about Lambert's split with Anderson said, "They have spent a lot of time apart, but potentially could end up back together. The love is still there."

Gwen Stefani and Blake Shelton also performed together after the Academy of Country Music Awards in a surprise concert.

Earlier this week, Shelton tweeted that he was going to perform a free show at the House of Blues in Vegas after the ACMs.

He took to the stage to perform with co- Voice coach, Kelly Clarkson, and also had his girlfriend, Gwen Stefani join in. Later on in the night, Gwen performed several songs including hits like 'Hollaback Girl' and 'Hella Good'.