LeAnn Rimes Won’t Stop Reminding Everyone That She Had An Affair

I sincerely hope LeAnn Rimes and Eddie Cibrian‘s marriage defies the odds and lasts for eternity, otherwise that’s exactly how long we’re going to keep hearing about their affair.  In case the Twitter rants and rehab stints didn’t give LeAnn Rimes and her marriage enough attention, we can thank the E! network for giving her an entire hour-long special to sob through.

For all nine of you out there who might be clueless about the Rimes-Cibrian-Glanville-Sheremet debacle, LeAnn will bring you and Giuliana Rancic up to speed:

“I don’t like the word regret.  I wish I handled it differently because I wish I could have been better for me, for Brandi [Glanville, Cibrian's ex-wife], for Dean [Sheremet, her ex-husband], for Eddie, for everyone else.”

Due to excessive social media bullying that she more or less brought on herself, Rimes had to enter rehab earlier this year to get away from it all.  More recently, her husband’s ex, Brandi Glanville, accused LeAnn of poisoning one of their sons with her laxatives, which she alleges are all over the house due to LeAnn’s extreme eating disorder.

I don’t know about you, but I wouldn’t exactly take the word of one of the Real Housewives as gospel truth.  Obviously neither one of these women genuinely despises the drama, because everyone knows the only way to make it go away is to shut up about it and ignore the beast.  You don’t go on national television and openly discuss said beast.  You don’t engage in accusatory Twitter wars with the beast.  And you certainly don’t enter rehab under the overused celebrity excuse of “exhaustion” and expect the beast to quiet down.

Not to be outdone by remaining silent on the matter, Eddie Cibrian pretends that he isn’t having major second thoughts by coming to LeAnn’s defense:

“My heart goes out to her every single time she’s getting bashed for something.  It’s unfair for her and it’s unfair for us. [The affair] wasn’t frivolous, you know.”

If watching LeAnn Rimes cry is something you’re genuinely interested in, be sure to tune in  tomorrow night at 9 on E!

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    • Trish

      Is she ever going to sing again?

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