Miranda Lambert‘s romantic situation just got messier.
This week, reports surfaced that the country singer is dating Evan Felker. So what’s the big deal? Well, the Turnpike Troubadours singer is still legally married… and his estranged wife may have just reacted to the new coupling.
Staci Felker is posting some not-so-subtle shade on Instagram. On Thursday, she bopped along to Carrie Underwood’s song “Before He Cheats” on her friend’s story. And she posed with a “Team Staci” shirt.
Felker also posted a sullen photo to her Instagram Story, writing: “PSA: If Staci Felker can make it through this week, so can you.”
Evan and Staci wed in September 2016 and filed for divorce in February. His band is currently opening for Lambert on her Livin’ Like Hippies tour. It kicked off in January and is set to end in June.
The timeline of when Miranda and Evan supposedly got together is unclear. Us Weekly quoted a source claiming two “started spending a lot more time together while on the road,” noting that things just “happened” between them. (Reps for the singers are not commenting.)
Earlier this month, it was revealed that Lambert had recently split with her boyfriend of two years, Anderson East. Lambert moved on with East following her divorce from Blake Shelton.
Shelton has also taken to social media, posting a cryptic message after his ex-wife’s relationship status made headlines. On Wednesday, he tweeted about “karma,” which had fans in a tizzy that he was referring to Lambert.
Lambert and The Voice coach split in 2015 after four years of marriage and nearly a decade together. Exactly why they divorced has remained a mystery, but there was plenty of gossip fodder at the time. (She cheated! He cheated!)
Shelton happily moved on (scandal-free) and is still dating Gwen Stefani.
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