Country artists - and husband and wife - Blake Shelton and Miranda Lambert are constantly in the public eye. So how does this power couple manage to keep their privacy?

Blake, 38, and Miranda ,30, are known for not doing interviews together. When Norah O'Donnell interviewed them for "60 Minutes," they each spoke to her individually.

Miranda says that they don't interview together because, "We feel like we're very honest with who we are and our relationship. We've kinda told the good, the bad, the ugly as our relationship has progressed from the beginning till now. And people dig anyway and they make up lies, so I feel like, we don't really hold back, because if you hold back they're going to dig anyway so might as well just tell it."

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Addressing the tabloids that say they're fighting, Miranda says,"He's somebody who’s impossible to fight with because he's always in a good mood."

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While Blake is happy now, "The Voice" judge spoke about how he first met Miranda in 2005 when he was still married. He spoke about the end of his marriage, saying, "That was easily the toughest thing that I've ever been through. I put that, my divorce, up there with my brother's death, and that was a tough, tough call to make."

The couple has now been married for over three years. While they travel frequently on tour, they return to their 1200 acre ranch in Oklahoma for privacy.

Miranda explains that their home is the only private thing they have. "If we don't protect that, then we have nothing. We have to have something that's just for us. At some point you just have to go, 'All right, this is it, this is our line, you know?' We have our one little area of the world that no one can come into."

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