The former couple, whose divorced was finalised in Oklahoma earlier this week just hours after they confirmed their split after four years of marriage, have sparked rumours of a reconciliation after trading jokes online and voicing their support for mutual friend Ashley Monroe's new album.
The 'Voice' USA mentor, 39, kicked off the surprising conversation, tweeting: ''Hey @mirandalambert can u believe there's people who haven't bought @ashleymonroe new album? Isn't that shocking?!!''
The 31-year-old singer quickly replied: ''@blakeshelton no I can't because it is the best work she has ever done! I love it! We love you @ashleymonroe''
He retweeted her message before replying: ''Yes we do!!''
A suspicious fan suggested the messages were written and pre-scheduled before their recent split, but Blake instantly responded: ''Nope... Not at all buddy.''
Miranda then changed the course of their dialogue entirely by sharing a photograph of her ex-husband pushing a stroller and joking: ''@blakeshelton I knew it.... You WERE pregnant! This calls for a drink!''
Blake hinted they were already in the same place together, replying: ''Ha!!!!! Busted... I wasn't JUST a fat a**. Drinking shall now begin...''
When another fan admitted she was ''losing respect because of this whole charade,'' the country music star fired back: ''Well rest assured not one s**t is given.''
The duo announced their split on Monday (20.07.15) amid allegations of cheating on both sides and their divorce was finalised quickly as they had a prenuptial agreement in place.
In a joint statement, they admitted: ''This is not the future we envisioned. And it is with heavy hearts that we move forward separately.''
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