Miranda has been going through many personal changes over the past few months, but it’s all for the better.” Which is undeniably good news for the newly-single country gal.

Shelton and Stefani were spotted cozying up at a Halloween party over the weekend, but only time will tell whether this is a full-on romance or just a fling.

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The pair sang, "You're the Reason God Made Oklahoma," which would later become love song perfectly made for Blake and Miranda.

Country music’s favorite couple always supported each other’s career with loving pride, hugging and kissing as they as they both took home highly honored trophies from the CMA and ACM Awards.

The source explained, “Miranda is at a point in her life where she is really focusing on herself and her music.

This is a new chapter for her to create new relationships and really move on.

Although his cheating is strongly denounced by Blake’s camp as the reason for the divorce, two years ago, Life & Style magazine reported that Miranda found out about an inappropriate relationship with singer Cady Groves back in 2011.

Sources speculated that Miranda never really forgave Blake for this.

Blake has always been plagued by cheating rumors, but according to a source close to the couple, claims that he has never cheated on Miranda.

On the other hand, multiple sources familiar with the situation told TMZ that Blake has suspected Miranda was cheating for months.

From this source, Blake heard rumors Miranda had been cozy with a country singer who opened for Miranda a few years ago, however sources say the reason for the divorce is someone who was not a country singer.

Sources say the reason Blake filed was because he received certain information about Miranda and the other guy that elevated things in Blake's head from rumor to fact.

So I thought ‘Well, I’ll get me some points in the end and get the old boat running.’ So I did," he told the magazine. As fans continue to express shock over the divorce, Miranda is staying focused on putting one foot in front of the other.