Miranda Lambert
Miranda Lambert, photographed at the 49th annual CMA Awards in Nashville, Tennessee, on Nov. 4, 2015, followed ex-husband Blake Shelton's rumored new girlfriend on Twitter Monday. Getty Images

Miranda Lambert and Blake Shelton may no longer be together, but it's becoming increasingly clear that there is no malice between the former married couple. Both are rumored to have moved on with new love interests and seem to be taking the separation really well. In fact, the "Over You" singer recently made a majorly public move to show that she's A-OK with Shelton's new love.

As was reported by TMZ, Lambert, 32, followed Gwen Stefani, her husband's alleged new girlfriend, on Twitter Monday. Lambert did not mention the "Used To Love You" singer or make a show of the fact that she followed her, but users definitely took notice. TMZ suggests Lambert's interest in following Stefani, 46, may stem from the fact that the host of NBC's "The Voice" has been tweeting a lot about the things she and Shelton, 39, have been doing together. That has neither been confirmed nor denied.

The interesting social media follow comes amid claims Stefani and Lambert are embroiled in a "bitter fight" over Shelton. The latest issue of In Touch Weekly features a cover story about the alleged feud, claiming the two women had been involved in several "shocking confrontations." The publication reported that Miranda forced her way back into Shelton's life without Stefani's knowledge and even went as far as to claim that the former No Doubt front-woman and Shelton had been planning a wedding.

Stefani has not responded to Lambert's Twitter follow. It remains unclear whether or not she plans to follow her back.