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Blake Shelton and Miranda Lambert are moving on

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Blake Shelton and Miranda Lambert are moving on. They are leaving their life in Tishomingo behind them. According to a March 5 report by KFOR News in Oklahoma City, Miranda Lambert has confirmed that she and her husband are moving to Nashville.

This moves makes sense for the couple because they spend so much time in Tennessee. Although they considered Tishomingo their “full-time residence,” Blake Shelton and Miranda Lambert spent much of their time in Nashville.

The country music super couple purchased a home in Brentwood, just outside of Nashville. According to property records show that they closed on their new home in July of 2013. They spent $2,258,000 for the five-bedroom, eight-bathroom house. The home has three different levels and an outdoor pool. It is 11,079 square feet.

Blake Shelton and Miranda Lambert had been using a condo in Tennessee. It is unknown what the couple did with that condo or if they still own it.

It is also unknown what will become of The Pink Pistol in Tishomingo. Miranda Lambert owns the boutique and has been quite hands-on with the business.

Miranda Lambert explained that the move also had to do with putting “roots down.” Fans of the couple must be wondering if Blake Shelton and Miranda Lambert are considering starting a family. Putting “roots down” could mean they might be ready to make the move from couple to family.



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