And of course Billboard wanted the scoop from Miranda Lambert as to how much of that rivalry between her husband and his fellow coach is real and how much is for ratings.
For instance, did Blake really tweet out Adam's cell phone number mid-show, as very much seemed to be the case last month?
"I texted Blake, 'Did you do that, did that just happen?,'" Lambert laughed in a new interview with the mag about her latest album, Platinum.
"I'm guessing it was a publicity ploy, I don't know for sure," she admitted. "He wouldn't actually do that. Blake's pretty mean sometimes, but not that mean. He would have brought the wrath of Adam, because Adam has done some crazy s--t."
"He sent us a nine-foot-tall, seven-foot-wide cover of himself as People's 'Sexiest Man Alive,' he sent that to our house," Lambert revealed. "So I wouldn't even want to know his revenge if Blake did [tweet Adam's number], so I don't think it's real."
So, really, the subject is still up for debate.
"I think it's close to time, if we're going to," she told Billboard. "There would be nothing better than being able to hang out with my husband on tour, we've never actually done that. We're getting to the point where we want to slow down, we don't want to tour as much, so I think it's now or never, if you ask me.
"If we want to collaborate we should, if we want to tour together we probably should start thinking about it."
We're betting that thousands of fans would wholeheartedly agree! Then again, as Lambert pointed out, planning a couple's tour wouldn't exactly be a romantic vacation for the pair.
"Also, just the scheduling, we have two different labels and management companies and producers," she said.
"There's so much more behind it than just saying, 'let's go on tour.' That's sounds great when you're driving back roads drinking a beer, then you start the ball rolling and it's a thousand other things come into play. I'm sure we will eventually, it's just got to be the right time and the right way. I'm a very strong-minded female. I'd be, 'I want it this way, this is my band, my bus, and I'm sure he's like, 'Never mind.'"