It seemed like everything was going really well for Blake Shelton and Miranda Lambert lately, but these exes obviously aren't over their headline-grabbing divorce.
Last year, Lambert earned a pair of Grammy nominations, and Shelton was named People magazine's Sexiest Man Alive, but the two would apparently rather focus on the past.
The country music super-couple split in 2015, after being married for four years and together for another six. While they've both moved on since then - Lambert is dating country star Anderson East, while Shelton is with fellow Voice judge Gwen Stefani - they're still not above taking potshots at each other.
At a recent tour date in Greenville, South Carolina, Lambert made a jab at Shelton that only her biggest fans could spot.
During her song "Little Red Wagon," Lambert changed the lyric "I live in Oklahoma" to "I got the hell out of Oklahoma." Fans realized she was referring to Tishomingo, Oklahoma, where Lambert lived with Shelton during their marriage.
It was a pretty sneaky reference to her former beau, and Shelton didn't hesitate to fire back at his own concert the very next night.