8 Celebrities On Being The Other Woman
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Miranda Lambert and Blake Shelton are one of my favorite celebrity couples, because they do things like shoot their own venison to serve at their wedding. On Monday night, Miranda talked about their romance with Hoda Kotb. Apparently, Miranda and Blake met while performing together, and many say that their attraction to each other was electric from the get-go. "It was my first duet with some other country star, and I didn't know if it was just initial butterflies. I didn't know what it was. It was just this draw to each other," said Miranda. But she couldn't just fall into Blake's arms. He was married at the time to Kaynette Williams. "I knew he was married. I had seen their wedding picture in Country Weekly. I knew better, like, this is off limits. My parents are private investigators for God's sake. I've seen this my whole life – affairs. Of all people to know better, I know better than this." Apparently, Blake and Miranda began dating in 2005. Meanwhile, Blake didn't get divorced until 2006. [People]
It's unclear how much of an overlap there was here. But still, it's big of Miranda to admit that she felt uneasy about the timing of things. After the jump, other celebrity women share their thoughts on being the other woman.