LeAnn Rimes got so freaking skinny she looked deathly. Remember that? Then Brandi Glanville announces to the world that her son accidentally took one of LeAnn’s laxatives – and all hell broke loose. LeAnn obviously stopped taking the diet pills, and gained some weight back. I think she looks SO much better with a little meat on her bones, don’t you? You can really see it in her face, and it’s not a bad thing. She NEEDED to plump up a bit.
Anyhoo, she stopped by Extra yesterday afternoon to promote her new album, and for some reason her husband, Eddie Cibrian joined her. Maybe because her entire album is about her affair with him? Here’s more from Huff Po:
With the release of her new album “Spitfire” on Tuesday, LeAnn Rimes is ready to set the record straight about her love life.
Rimes became a tabloid fixture after her affair with actor Eddie Cibrian resulted in both stars divorcing their partners and marrying each other. Now, the country singer is using her new album to address the scandal.
One track in particular, “Borrowed,” is about falling in love with a married man.
“I carried that song around for eight or nine months,” Rimes told the New York Times late last week. “I was kind of afraid and ashamed of writing it. There were a lot of things in there that I admitted to myself for the first time, and I’d never really written a song like that that was so honest. There was no hiding — no question who or what it was about.”
The song, which can be heard in its entirety above, includes the lyrics, “I know you’re not mine, only borrowed, ’cause you already belong to her, at least you said so, but I’m starting to believe it ain’t the whole truth, as we’re lying side by side I get the whole you.”
Rimes and Cibrian met in 2009 while filming the Lifetime movie “Northern Lights.” Rimes was married to her former backup dancer Dean Sheremet at the time, and Cibrian was married to “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” star Brandi Glanville. After both their repsective divorces were finalized, Rimes and Cibrian married in April 2011.
I’m thinking the title of that song should probably be STOLEN, not Broken. Who’s with me?
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