Miranda Lambert has remained silent since her ex-husband, Blake Shelton, and Gwen Stefani confirmed their relationship last week. However, late on Sunday, the “Over You” singer quoted Eric Church’s song “Record Year.”

“I'm countin on a needle to save me," Lambert wrote on her Instagram account, with the hastags #songwriter #recordyear. In another post over the weekend, Lambert posted the photo of a unicorn mug, with the caption, “hot coffee.”

Lambert is yet to address Shelton and Stefani’s relationship despite reports that her ex-husband is planning to start a family with his new romance. A source told Hollywood Life that Shelton is looking forward to have a child with Stefani, adding that the “Sangria” singer had always been under pressure to have a baby with Lambert.

On Sunday, reports surfaced saying that Stefani’s ex husband, Gavin Rossdale, doubts the timing of former’s relationship with Shelton.

Rossdale feared that the two “The Voice” coaches became more than friends before Stefani ended her 13 years of marriage. Stefani has three children -- 9-year-old Kingston, 6-year-old Zuma and 1-year-old Apollo -- with her ex-husband.

On Friday, Rossdale was spotted wearing his wedding ring despite Stefani’s relationship confirmation. He was pictured while making a coffee run in Los Angeles’ Studio City area, sporting his wedding band, giving rise to speculation that he may still be clinging on to his broken relationship with Stefani.

Meanwhile, Shelton’s ex-wife, Lambert, is reportedly planning to make a guest appearance on "American Idol" to get back at her former husband by hurting his show, "The Voice." According to reports, Lambert was upset after hearing about Shelton and Stefani’s romance.