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Lambert ‘rolls eyes’ at Underwood’s advice

Published 27/06/2015

Carrie Underwood and Miranda Lambert
Carrie Underwood and Miranda Lambert

Carrie Underwood has supposedly been dishing out unwanted guidance to Miranda Lambert about how to save her marriage with Blake Shelton.

The 31-year-old Grammy-winning singer has been married to fellow country music musician Blake Shelton for four years.

Carrie, who wed hockey player Mike Fisher in 2010, supposedly doles out marital guidance to Miranda regularly, but apparently the advice is unwelcome.

“She's been telling Miranda that she should put her own career on pause to keep the home fires burning,” a source told America’s Star magazine. “[Miranda] just rolls her eyes and smiles politely.”

It’s claimed Miranda appreciates Carrie, but finds the suggestions unwarranted.

Rumours are rife the Little Red Wagon songstress doesn’t really identify with her colleague’s ideas of marital life.

“Miranda knows Carrie’s advice comes from a good place, but her life and marriage aren’t remotely similar to Carrie’s,” the insider explained.

Miranda has previously gushed over what a wonderful influence Blake is on her.

“I'm not sunshine and roses. Blake's the happiest person on the planet,” she told the American edition of Marie Claire. “He pulls me out of my darkness … Literally, everything is the best about being married."

The couple tied the knot in May 2011 on a Texas ranch after five years of dating.

Miranda also recently insisted they're just like every other couple - often arguing like husbands and wives generally do.

But she thinks it’s vital to apologise when in the wrong.

"Both my mum and my grandma were really big influences on me not only by being strong and teaching me to be strong but also owning their salt as well. My mum was never afraid to say, 'I'm sorry. I screwed up.' I feel like that's an important lesson," she explained to

"We try to hold ourselves to such high - sometimes impossible - expectations. I think it's OK to make mistakes and learn from them and be who you are."

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