Blake Shelton
Blake Shelton, photographed during a performance at Stagecoach music festival on April 26, 2015, has returned to work on "The Voice" following his divorce from Miranda Lambert (not pictured). Getty Images

It looks like Blake Shelton has found a way to keep his mind off his divorce from Miranda Lambert. The 39-year-old country superstar is back at work just days after news of their split hit the Internet. The couple made the shocking announcement early this week saying that, after just four years of marriage, they had decided to go their separate ways.

E! Online reports Shelton is back on the set of NBC's "The Voice," on which he is a coach. He has been with "The Voice" since 2011 and fans have come to love his playful banter with fellow coach Adam Levine. Shelton confirmed his return to the show's set in a tweet, joking about bringing "a full ice chest" to work with him. The "Sangria" singer's return to the hit competition series comes just two days after he filed for divorce.

While things seem to be business as usual for Shelton, it seems Lambert is taking the separation a little harder. According to Us Weekly, the 31-year-old recently canceled a show in Calgary, Canada, which coincided with her estranged husband's divorce filing. Lambert was scheduled to perform at the Saddledome on July 9, but she canceled just one day before the event, citing vocal cord inflammation. She apologized to her fans in a blog post and promised to reschedule. The magazine notes that Shelton filed divorce papers in Oklahoma two days before the show was scheduled to take place.

The couple shared the news of their divorce in a joint statement issued to Us on Monday. In it, they said the decision came after both agreed that "this is not the future we envisioned." When the news became public, the pair had already taken the necessary steps to finalize their separation. The entire divorce took just two weeks, thanks largely to the pre-nuptial agreement they drafted upon entering into the marriage.

Shelton has been very active on social media, tweeting light-hearted messages to fans about his daily musings since the split. Lambert, on the other hand, has yet to break her Twitter silence. Both have, however, removed photos of one another from their Twitter profiles.