LeAnn Rimes’ transformation into Brandi Glanville is almost complete. First she got matching boobs, and now, could she be following Brandi into reality TV?
“LeAnn has been approached about doing both scripted and nonscripted shows,” the source reveals. Though the “Borrowed” singer sniffed to Jay Leno on December 18 that “there’s no reality in a reality show,” she has been talking to producers “and hearing people out,” the source tells Us.
I hate to admit it, but I think if LeAnn got a reality show I would probably watch it. Does that make me a bad person? Don’t answer that.
And god said, “let there be more LeAnn Rimes!” And there was. And it was…good?
Ugh, maybe. We’ll see…because LeAnn is in talks to get her own show! Says US Weekly:
“LeAnn has been approached about doing both scripted and nonscripted shows,” a source reveals. Though the “Borrowed” singer sniffed to JayLeno on December 18 that “there’s no reality in a reality show,” she has been talking to producers “and hearing people out.”
Husband Eddie Cibrian isn’t involved just yet- but I’m sure if a show does happen he’ll be wherever the cameras are, next to our dear LeAnn. So here’s my question- would you watch a reality show or scripted show starring Ms. Rimes? Or are you sick of her and want her out of your life and twitter feed?
Brandi Glanville and LeAnn Rimes are just ALWAYS going to be at war, and that is it. The two of them go back and forth, back and forth. I would think that Brandi needs to just leave LeAnn alone – and move on, but you forget sometimes that LeAnn is the stepmother of her children. If I had issues with the stepmother of my children, I think I wouldn’t get over it very easily either.
Anyway, Brandi is speaking out about LeAnn’s mental illness.
Fearing for her children, Brandi Glanville is speaking out in the new issue of Life & Style, insisting that her ex’s new wife LeAnn Rimes get help…or else!
“LeAnn needs to get help,” the 40-year-old reality star tells Life & Style about her nemesis. “She may be unstable and I am concerned; I want to protect [my children]. I want to make sure she’s as healthy as she can be!”
In August, LeAnn entered a 30-day program to develop better “coping” skills to deal with exhaustion and stress. But the Grammy winner, 30, has since exhibited erratic behavior, including a bizarre performance with Carly Rose Sonenclar on The X Factor, skipping events and breaking down almost to the point of hysterics during an interview with E!’s Giuliana Rancic in December. The release of Brandi’s dishy book, Drinking & Tweeting, may have only aggravated the issues.
“There are clearly some issues going on,” Brandi says, “and I need to know my kids are okay when they’re with [LeAnn]!”
But the country singer’s rep, Marcel Pariseau, says that’s far from the truth.
“This is a ploy to sell more books,” Pariseau says of Brandi’s latest claims. “If anyone needs help, it’s Brandi. That should be obvious to anyone who reads just a few of her tweets.”
LeAnn Rimes, 30, has decided to change things up a bit.
The singer debuted her new bangs on Twitter on Saturday. While getting her new look, she tweeted, ‘Love my Andy Lacompte! I got banged! Love em! Was time for a fun change.’
Shortly after the new ‘do, she headed to Palm Springs where she was performing a private show. Her husband went along for the ride. ‘Meeting my hubby and the boys there,’ LeAnn wrote on Twitter. ‘Love when I get to have fam around when I’m workin.’
The day before the star had performed at a pre-Grammys party, but she skipped the ceremony itself on Sunday. Here’s her look from the pre-Grammys party.
I don’t think I care for the bangs on LeAnn. In my humble opinion, bangs only look good on a handful of people. She’s definitely not one of them.
LeAnn Rimes sat down with ET, and opened up about her controversial relationship with husband Eddie Cibrian, and her stint in rehab. She also opened up about her new album, ‘Spitfire’, and how it came together during her extra-marital affair with Eddie. The album includes a handful of infidelity-themed songs which were initially written about a friend of hers, while she was still married to her ex, Dean Sheremet.
“‘What Have I Done’ is one of the first songs that I wrote for the record, before anything was actually starting to happen,” said LeAnn. “It was written about a friend of mine, but I didn’t realize I was writing it for myself at the time… It was my subconscious talking and I didn’t know yet.”
Speaking on the feelings that sparked her and Eddie’s infamous affair, LeAnn acknowledged that her then husband had heard the troubling track and perhaps knew she would soon be led astray.
“He actually heard the song when I wrote it and, actually, he knew what it was about before I did,” she reveals. “He knew I was feeling feelings. I’m not sure what those were that he knew.”
Sighed LeAnn, “It’s a very complicated situation.”
When asked if she ever worries whether her husband Eddie would ever cheat on her, LeAnn admits that she does.
“I would be ignorant to say, and everyone else would think I am a liar if I didn’t say yes, and I have at times,” said LeAnn, going on to reveal that Eddie has had the same concerns about her.
“Speaking for him, I would actually say that’s creeped into his [mind]…I think we’ve been very honest and open with that to each other and our conversations about it have only made me understand how much he actually cares, as much as I do, about being faithful to each other.”
Although the Grammy-winner is proud of how far she’s come emotionally through the past few years, LeAnn took a bold move recently when she made it known publicly that she had checked into a rehab facility for anxiety and stress-related disorders.
“I feel like there’s only about a handful of people that could understand where I’ve been through as a childhood star and now actually having a career after that,” explained LeAnn of her rocky emotional state before treatment. “It’s hard to explain and I’m not asking for anyone’s sympathy. I think when you see all these things written about you and what people are speculating you want to go, ‘This is why’ and it’s just as simple and as complicated as I need to go learn how deal with myself and with the world because everyone is always looking in and I needed to figure out how to deal with it.”
I think she’s probably not being completely honest when she says that she’s “thought about” Eddie cheating on her. I would venture to guess that she near-obsesses over it. If a man has a habit of cheating, that’s not going to go away. I’m not going to say it NEVER goes away, but I’d say most of the time, men won’t change. Eddie is the kind of guy who thinks it’s perfectly okay to cheat on his wife, that is his CHARACTER. That’s who he is deep down. That’s awful. I’d never marry a man like that.