Inside, she gets real about life after split with Blake Shelton. She says, “Marriage is a tough business, and we gave it our best college try.”
Miranda adds she’s not ready to date and re-marrying is not anywhere near her radar. “I had a great relationship with an amazing man, so I know what good is. I have a great launching pad for the future. I will never take that for granted.”
Miranda’s full interview in Cosmo lands Thursday.
As of now, the trek will get under way Tuesday in New York with Maren Morris. The following two shows on the itinerary -- Charlotte, North Carolina on Thursday and Atlanta on Saturday -- have also been scratched. That leaves Lexington, Kentucky on December 8th as the second scheduled show of the tour, but we'll have to see what develops.
No explanation has been given for the cancellations.
This Christmas will be the first for the couple's 9-month-old son, Isaiah, but that doesn't necessarily mean they're going to shower the little guy with tons of presents. Underwood shares, "I feel there's a lot of Christmas that has kind of gotten lost. (Mike and I) have talked about not wanting to spoil our kids. We want it to be more about the family and the fun times."
Janson's relationship with Tim started when he co-penned his hit 2012 single "Truck Yeah," and he says it's a friendship that's been growing ever since. Chris says of their friendship, "It's amazing, man, and it's cool because I honestly don’t think he knows how much he's helped me. He's just that kind of guy. He's so laid back and just a good human being, and I’ve come to find that out as we’ve become friends." You can also hear the two singers team up on a duet titled "Messin' with Jesus" that appears on Janson's debut studio album, Buy Me a Boat.