Miranda Lambert Thanks Fans for Sharing Her 'Broken Heart' at ACM Awards While Blake Shelton Attends

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AP photo Toby Keith, left, and Blake Shelton perform "Should've Been a Cowboy" at the 53rd annual Academy of Country Music Awards at the MGM Grand Garden Arena on Sunday, April 15, 2018, in Las Vegas. They made sure to avoid each other at all costs during the event - Blake and Gwen were conveniently not in the crowd when Miranda took the stage, and vice versa - but there was nothing they could do about the fact that Gwen and Miranda both showed up wearing the SAME. "I try to reinvent and try to be a better writer and a better singer and a better performer and better person all around, I guess, so I don't dwell on the past".

"I want the camera on Blake and Gwen when Miranda is singing or winning an award".

Awkward run-in alert! Gwen Stefani accompanied Blake Shelton to the ACM Awards on April 15, where his ex, Miranda Lambert was also in attendance!

"Thank you guys so much for sharing my broken heart with me", Lambert, 34, said while accepting the Song of the Year award for her tune "Tin Man".

Us Weekly reported that Shelton and Stefani, 48, were backstage when Lambert spoke about "Tin Man".

"It's no secret that I like to have a good time, so I guess I'm a ideal match for this next artist", Shelton joked as he enthusiastically introduced Keith to sing his signature hit. Fans noticed how she sang along to every word while Shelton crooned onstage.

Keith was a longtime staple at the ACM Awards, earning the designation of Entertainer of the Year, Male Vocalist of the Year and Album of the Year consecutively in 2003 and 2004, and being honored with the ACM Career Achievement Award in 2014. Lambert, however, was nowhere in sight.