Miranda Lambert just dropped a very personal album – The Weight Of These Wings – which is believed to be about her past relationship with singer Blake Shelton and her present boyfriend Anderson East. But unlike most artists, Lambert is avoiding interviews about her heartbreak music and her 2015 divorce from the country crooner as she just "wants to be over with it".
Instead of speaking in person about the split from Shelton, the 33-year-old songstress just wants her music to do all the talking for her.
"She wants to be over with it, it hurts thinking about it because what she had with Blake was amazing and the fact that it ended the way it did is sad and she doesn't want to think about it," a source told Hollywood Life shedding light on the situation.
"It was a part of her past that wasn't good, so in her mind she doesn't want to always return to it and think about it," the source added.
The Weight Of These Wings is the sixth studio album for the Vice singer, who separated from her husband of four years in July 2015. While Shelton and his current love interest Gwen Stefani have been very vocal about their respective divorces and music, Lambert prefers to keep her personal life away from the limelight.
"She was offered Rolling Stone, a New York Times piece... She went to her publicist and said, 'I don't want to do any of it. I want the music to speak for me,'" a source close to the country singer was quoted as saying.
Meanwhile, Lambert is reported to have moved on in life with rhythm and blues musician East, and if rumours are to be believed the couple are already planning their future ahead and a wedding might be on the cards soon.
"She wants to get married again and have children soon. That has been an open conversation between her and Anderson. He wants the same. Miranda is very happy with Anderson. They have gotten very close," a source close to Lambert told E! Online.