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Blake Shelton and Miranda Lambert's marriage is over, but they are socially civil!

On July 24, Blake actually tweeted his ex-wife, and, guess what, she responded! It's the first time Miranda has spoken on social media since she and Blake divorced earlier in the week.

The content of the conversation centered directly on the former couple's mutual friend and fellow country singer Ashley Monroe.

"Hey @mirandalambert can u believe there's people who haven't bought @ashleymonroe new album? Isn't that shocking?!!," he wrote with a link to Ashley's album.

Within minutes, Miranda replied, "@blakeshelton no I can't because it is the best work she has ever done! I love it! We love you @ashleymonroe." Blake, who shares a music label with Ashley, retweeted his ex-wife's comments and agreed with the sentiments toward Miranda's bandmate in her Pistol Annies side project.

Ashley thanked the two of them publicly without choosing sides. "Awwww THANKS GUYS. love you both," she tweeted.

Fans even suggested the tweets were preset. Blake, though, replied to several fans to assure them that those were all done in real time.

Blake has been quite active on social media since the high-profile split, chatting with fans and taking pictures. Up until July 24, Miranda had only been seen once since the divorce, when she surprised fans and got on stage to perform with, you guessed it, Ashley Monroe.

"Miranda looked amazing -- was smiling, happy, dancing, singing," a source said. "She is having a great time and is here to support a very good friend."

Knowing the music world was still shocked by their split, Blake even tweeted that Ashley's album "is what everybody needs to be talking about."

It's still unknown what exactly went wrong with the former golden couple of country music. There are rumors of infidelity (on both sides), though nothing has been verified; there are also rumors that Blake wanted kids and Miranda didn't.

The split, has left Miranda "sad," a source told People magazine, adding that the "Kerosene" singer is "trying to process everything."

"She's doing the best she can and taking it day by day," the source said.

In a statement formally announcing their divorce, Blake and Miranda said, "This is not the future we envisioned and it is with heavy hearts that we move forward separately. We are real people, with real lives, with real family, friends and colleagues. Therefore, we kindly ask for privacy and compassion concerning this very personal matter."

Despite the good will on social media, both Blake and Miranda have erased remnants of each other from their respective social media -- He removed Lambert's Marie Claire magazine cover as his Twitter cover photo, replacing it with a pic of himself performing; she replaced her profile picture of her and her then-husband with a promo picture for an upcoming show in Nashville.