As Carly Pearce is working through her divorce from Michael Ray, she’s finding that quarantine time has an upside. She says that she’s grateful for all the time at home.

In a conversation with Lindsay Ell for her web series, Carly said, “You know how fast our lives are, you know how easy it is to kind of tap into who we are as artists and kind of ignore our actual hearts and our actual lives and things like that. I feel like this is another time in my life where maybe I thought I had it all figured out and it very abruptly switched on me and I’m left going, ‘Well does this mean now? Why did this have to happen?”

Carly filed for divorce from Michael Ray on June 19. That was about 8 months after their wedding. While neither artist has publicly commented on their split, a source close to Pearce says it wasn't “a quarantine realization. It was a last resort.”

Carly and Michael first confirmed their relationship in June of 2018 and got engaged that December. They married on Oct. 6, 2019 in Nashville.

TL;DR:

As Carly Pearce is working through her divorce from Michael Ray, she’s finding that quarantine time has an upside. In a conversation with Lindsay Ell for her web series, Carly Pearce said that she’s grateful for quarantine time at home. Carly filed for divorce from Michael Ray on June 19, that was about 8 months after their wedding.