The 'Humble Quest' singer filed for divorce from Ryan Hurd in October after five years of marriage
The split between the country musicians, who tied the knot in 2018, was finalized by a judge in Nashville on Tuesday, according to documents obtained by PEOPLE. This comes three months after Morris filed for a dissolution of marriage on Oct. 2, citing irreconcilable differences.
The "Circles Around This Town" singer initially filed for a dissolution of marriage from Hurd on Oct. 2, citing irreconcilable differences, and listed the pair's date of separation as the same day she filed.
Then in January, the former couple reached a settlement agreement on all issues related to their divorce. Morris, 33, and Hurd, 37, divvied up their things based on a property settlement agreement and a prenup signed in February 2018 and amended in October 2022.
Both Morris and Hurd successfully completed a parenting seminar as required by Davidson County for all divorce cases involving children.
The divorce comes after Morris shared a TikTok video of herself singing Tammy Wynette's country classic "D-I-V-O-R-C-E," including the lyrics, "Our D-I-V-O-R-C-E becomes final today" in December.
Morris also stitched a clip from a wedding ceremony where the groom told the bride, “I promise to smack that ass every chance I get.” The clip had the words, “I would have been a runaway bride,” written over the top.
"No, I would like this to sort of wrap up," she said when Stern asked if she was currently dating. "I don't have the headspace for that, but I am writing so much right now. That's kind of been my way of dating, is just through song."
The star also admitted that “a lot of people that are close to me have gone through” something similar this year. “I've known so many people that have gone through breakups or divorces," she said.
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