Miranda Lambert's Bed-And-Breakfast Closes in Oklahoma

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Miranda Lambert performs during the 2016 CMA Festival at Nissan Stadium on June 9, 2016 in Nashville, Tenn.

Country singer Miranda Lambert has shut down her bed-and-breakfast in rural Oklahoma about a month after she closed her clothing boutique in the town where she once lived with ex-husband Blake Shelton.

According to a notice on its Website, The Ladysmith Bed & Breakfast in Tishomingo is closed because it is "under new management." The move comes after Lambert closed her Pink Pistol boutique in the town of 3,000 residents about 115 miles southeast of Oklahoma City.

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The Ladysmith's phone number was disconnected as of Wednesday morning.

Shelton said in May that he bought the Pink Pistol property and that "something is brewing for the space," but no details have been announced.

Shelton and Lambert divorced last year.



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