Um, did anyone else see Miranda Lambert shade Blake Shelton on stage at the 2019 ACM Awards?

If you didn't tune in to country music's biggest night on Sunday (April 7), then you missed out on some MAJOR tea. Lambert, who made her red carpet debut with her new husband Brendan McLoughlin, savagely dissed her ex, who was sitting in the audience with girlfriend Gwen Stefani, when she performed her hit song "Little Red Wagon."

The song features the lyric "I live in Oklahoma," which is where Lambert and Shelton lived during their marriage, but instead of singing the original lines, she changed the lyrics to "I got the hell out of Oklahoma." Just for the record, she's been singing the new line for years, but this is the first time she's belted them out in front of his face...

You can see Lambert's "Little Red Wagon" performance below:

Now, usually, good awards show coverage would have featured a shot of Shelton's reaction to the jab, but according to Life&Style, he and Stefani might not have even been in the audience during Lambert's performance. The website reports the couple left during a  commercial break to avoid having to sit through Lambert's song.

It's unclear if this is true, but fans on Twitter definitely noticed the shade.

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