Country music sensations Blake Shelton and Miranda Lambert held concerts in New York City this morning.  The hitch? The newlyweds performed for rival networks NBC and ABC.

Blake was featured on NBC's "Today Show" at Rockefeller Center, while Miranda performed live on "Good Morning America" in Central Park.

The singers, who have been dating since 2006, exchanged vows in May at the Don Strange Ranch in Texas in front of 550 friends and family members, including country stars Reba McEntire, Martina McBride, Dierks Bentley, Charles Kelly and the Bellamy Brothers.

Last month the couple triumphed at the CMT Awards in Nashville, Tennessee, picking up three of the nine top honors between them.

Shelton won "Male Video" and "Web Video of the Year" prizes for his hits "Who Are You When I'm Not Looking" and "Kiss My Country A**," while his new bride landed the "Female Video of the Year" award for ballad "The House That Built Me."