Country star Miranda Lambert has every one of her social media posts scrutinised before sending to avoid embarrassing mistakes.
The Somethin' Bad singer uses Twitter and Instagram to keep fans updated about her life on and off the stage, but Miranda admits she is not a big fan of the micro-blogging craze.
Confessing she is "horrible at all of it", she tells Entertainment Weekly, "To think of something clever or make sure you spell something right... I always have 14 people read it because I'm worried about all of it."
The 32-year-old has also occasionally shared photos of her new boyfriend, fellow singer Anderson East, online, but she prefers to keep some aspects of her life away from the public eye.
"I really believe in leaving some mystery," she continued. "I don't need to know what everybody's doing all the time - especially with heroes of mine. I want to keep admiring them from afar."
In contrast, Miranda's ex-husband, Blake Shelton, has been flaunting his new relationship with girlfriend Gwen Stefani all over social media.
The couple, which met after both serving as mentors on The Voice U.S. last year (15), went public with its romance in November (15), four months after Blake and Miranda stunned fans with news of their divorce in July (15), and just weeks after No Doubt frontwoman Gwen split from her husband of 13 years, Gavin Rossdale, in August (15).