Blake Shelton and Miranda Lambert’s Anniversary: Reflecting on a Year of Highs and Lows
Feuds With the TSA, Chris Brown, Ashton Kutcher and Eric Church
Miranda Lambert has proven over the last 12 months that she will not keep quiet when she thinks she's being disrespected. Over the past year, her Twitter page has been her chosen weapon with the TSA, rapper Chris Brown, actor Ashton Kutcher and country's Eric Church, who each found themselves on the receiving end of her fury at some point.
In October, Lambert refused to go through the airport security scanner that gives TSA agents a good look at her naughty parts. "Ew," she tweeted, explaining that she opted for a pat down. “Dear Airports. You suck,” she added on Twitter.
In February, Lambert took aim at Brown, referring to his past as a woman abuser. "Not cool that we act like that didn’t happen. He needs to listen to Gunpowder and lead and be put back in his place. Not at the Grammys," she tweeted. The two went back and forth with no resolution. Suffice it to say, it's unlikely he'll be turning up at Lambert and Blake Shelton's anniversary party.
Thankfully, the Ashton Kutcher feud was settled at the Kentucky Derby, after the singer and actor talked things out over a few Randaritas. It turns out he really is a big fan of country music. Perhaps he was just a little confused on how to express himself without acting like a fool while presenting Lambert with her ACM Award on April 1.
As for Church, they haven't made up since he took aim at the singer's husband -- and any singer whose career began on a reality television show. The 'Springsteen' hitmaker did apologize, but he didn't include Shelton in his statement. Needless to say, he likely won't be re-invited on tour with Lambert in 2012 or 2013.