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Miranda Lambert Ironically Performed Cover of No Doubt's 'Spiderwebs' Before Divorce [WATCH]

by Michael Haskoor   Nov 7, 2015 14:30 PM EST

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Considering all of the drama going on with Miranda Lambert divorcing former husband Blake Shelton, who is now dating Gwen Stefani, the last thing anyone would have probably thought of seeing was a cover of No Doubt's smash hit "Spiderwebs" by Lambert herself. Well, thanks to the Internet, you can now watch the ironic pre-divorce performance take form.

Lambert is seen even rocking some vintage No Doubt fishnets and seems to get really into singing the catchy lyrics. According to E!, the performance took place at Joe's Bar in Chicago this past June after Lambert surprised fans with an impromptu show at the bar earlier in the evening. During that same night she also performed alongside Gwen Sebastian, who competed on popular television show The Voice on Shelton's team and once toured with the formerly married duo. 

One month later Shelton filed for divorce from his four-year marriage to the famed country star. Shortly thereafter, Stefani had begun the process of finalizing her divorce with former husband of 13 years, Gavin Rossdale, best known for his lead role in 90s rock outfit BushIt was then recently revealed that Stefani and Shelton, co-hosts of The Voice, were indeed dating. Needless to say, we don't think Lambert will be performing any more Stefani-related covers anytime soon.

Stefani recently explained her affinity for Shelton to ET, telling Dallas/Fort Worth radio station 103.7 KVIL on Friday (Nov. 6), "He's a pretty rad guy, I have to say that." She also mentioned how Pharrell played an integral part in helping her to get over the divorce. "There's been loads of people that have helped me with this tragedy," she said. "There's definitely key people that have pointed me into the right direction. Blake really helped me. Not to change the subject, but it's kinda on the same subject, Pharrell was literally like a guardian angel."

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