The new Mrs. Eddie Cibrian’s wedding reportedly looks exactly like the former Mrs. Eddie Cibrian’s. LeAnn Rimes, who exchanged I Do’s with the ex-”CSI: Miami” star Friday, apparently copied everything from his wedding to Brandi Glanville back in 2001. When LeAnn married Eddie in a private ceremony in Malibu, CA, several guests noticed that the event was reminiscent of Eddie’s wedding to Brandi several years ago.
According to an Usmagazine.com source, LeAnn wore a gown by Reem Acra, who also did Brandi’s gown. Eddie and LeAnn were married in a beachside spring ceremony, which is the same as his beachside spring wedding to Brandi.
When the country singer cut her wedding cake with the actor, the tune “I Got You Babe” was playing, which is an “interesting” choice, according to another source of the website “because that’s the song they did a karaoke duet to at the wrap party of their movie ["Northern Lights"] in Canada when they were still married, in front of Brandi and Dean [Sheremet, LeAnn's then-husband].”
This isn’t the first time LeAnn has been reported to copy Brandi. Back when they were still at Twitter-war, LeAnn reportedly stalked Brandi’s page to see what she was up to. After a few hours, she would also be seen wearing the same accessory or doing almost the same thing.
LeAnn also had a breast enhancement surgery, performed by the same plastic surgeon Brandi turned to when she had hers done. She also reportedly got the same cup size. Both women also drive white Range Rovers.
LeAnn Rimes has agreed to donate some of her clothes to a female fan with financial problems. The singer-and-actress ‘ who is engaged to actor Eddie Cibrian – revealed last week she was spending time clearing out her closet and was amazed at how long the task took her. She tweeted: “Three solid hrs of closet organization. The shoes… they’re everywhere. Even on the back if the door… all organized though! The shelves are three rows deep under the bags! Everyone has a vice… mine are shoes and handbags. After reading her message, Peggy Joyce made an appeal to the singer, explaining she is struggling to raise her toddler son and has little cash left over for luxuries. She tweeted: “Anything u want to donate to me? Lost job and have a 16 month old. Bad year… Only one income coming in and extra money goes to son.”
LeAnn, 28, quickly responded and much to Peggy’s amazement, agreed to send her some items and even pay for the shipping costs.
She posted: “DM me your address and sizes… if they match I’ll send you some things. I’ll take care of it.
Peggy replied, saying: “Thanks!! My lil guy Connor… He’s 16 months now… He thanks you too! So sweet of you!!
LeAnn Rimes and Eddie Cibrian have reportedly got engaged. The couple ‘ who met on the set of ‘Northern Lights’ in 2009 when both of them were married to other people ‘ are set to wed after Eddie recently popped the question, our source us. The news of the engagement comes days after Eddie posted a photo of himself on twitter down on one knee and holding LeAnn’s hand. He jokingly captioned the image: ‘ couldn’t resist.’ The following day LeAnn reacted to the picture on her own account, admitting it had been staged. She tweeted: ‘They’ve Bern saying we’re engaged for a while now, so we thought we’d have a little fun! LeAnn recently insisted she never set out to hurt anyone when she got together with Eddie even though he was a married father-of-two while she was still with ex-husband Dean Sheremet. She said: “You have two couples whose marriages didn’t work. We stumbled upon each other and fell in love. Never was I thinking of hurting someone. I can’t change minds. Nothing I’m going to say is going to change it. I do know that and I have accepted that.” Eddie also revealed how he hoped people would come to accept their relationship because they’re so happy together. He said: “The truth is that we’re human beings. We make mistakes and we learn from them, but we’re human. We fell in love. We’re talking about something that’s over a year, year and-a-half old, really and we’re still together and we’re madly in love. And I think people are finally seeing that, but it doesn’t mean that people will accept it or the tabloids will stop trying to print lies and try to tear us apart or tear us down. We’re really happy in what we feel privately.”
Shape Magazine Apologizes For LeAnn Rimes Cover. Shape magazine’s editor-in-chied did not mean to “put a husband-stealer on a pedestal” when she put a red bikini-clad LeAnn Rimes on the October issue cover. Valerie Latona apologized to the readers who were outraged that the country crooner somehow came across as a victim with the coverline: “How Working Out Saved Me.” There are readers who complained that the fitness magazine’s choice of cover girl was offensive as Rimes came across as a victim instead of how the public really sees her: a villain who stole actor Eddie Cibrian from his 8-year marriage to Brandi Glanville when she was still married to Dean Sheremet herself. TooFab has obtained the letter Latona sent to those who expressed outrage. The email reads: “You are all in good company (why I’m emailing you all together) as you all agree Shape has made a terrible mistake in putting LeAnn Rimes on the cover.” “Please know that our putting her on the cover was not meant to put a husband-stealer on a pedestal – but to show (through her story) how we all are human. And this woman in particular found strength in exercise in what she said was her most difficult personal moment.” “But it did not come across that way… And for that I’m terribly sorry.” “I hope that we can do better the next time for those of you that will give us another chance.” She closed the letter with: “Humbly, Valerie.”
LeAnn Rimes She was 13 years old when she arrived on the Country Songs chart in 1996 with “Blue,” quickly drawing comparisons to Patsy Cline (for whom the song had been written decades earlier). Rimes, now 27, has notched twelve top 10s on Country Songs through 2006, and her career U.S. album sales stand at 20.3 million, according to Nielsen SoundScan. After enduring recent tabloid scrutiny for an affair with actor Eddie Cibrian, Rimes has released a cover of John Anderson’s signature song “Swingin’ ” as a preview to her forthcoming album. In 1996, LeAnn Rimes burst out of nowhere with her debut single, “Blue,” which immediately captured the attention of country fans across America. It wasn’t just the fact that her rich, powerful vocals were remarkably similar to Patsy Cline — it was the fact that Rimes was only 13 years old. Like Tanya Tucker and Brenda Lee before her, she had a hit with her debut single and was barely a teenager at the time. It was quite an auspicious way to begin a career. Born in Jackson, MS, but raised in Garland, TX, Rimes (born August 28, 1982) began singing as a child, performing at local talent contests. At the age of 11, she released her first album on an independent record label called Nor Va Jak. That same year, Bill Mack, a Dallas disc jockey and record promoter, met Rimes, and impressed by her talents, he took her under his wing and began cultivating a plan to break her into the mainstream. The cornerstone of Mack’s plan was a song called “Blue,” which he had written in the ’60s. Mack claimed that he had written the tune for Cline, but she had died before she was able to record the song. Throughout 1995, Rimes’ career continued to gain momentum, as she performed more than 100 concerts and appeared on television shows across Texas. After Mack arranged a record contract for Rimes with Curb Records, the label sent out a release with the single of “Blue” that claimed the DJ had been waiting over 30 years to find the right vocalist to sing “Blue.” The story was an exaggeration: “Blue” had been recorded by no less than three different artists, including Bill Mack and Kenny Roberts, who both released versions on Starday in the ’60s, and in 1993, Kathryn Pitt released the record as a single in her native Australia. Nevertheless, the story was repeated throughout the country and mainstream music press, adding to the growing myth that Rimes was the successor to Cline’s tradition. “Blue” and its accompanying album of the same name became major hits in the summer of 1996. Blue debuted at number three on the pop charts, selling over 123,000 copies within its first week of release — the largest figure to date in the history of the SoundScan tracking system. Rimes was nominated for the Country Music Association Horizon award and the CMA Best Country Singer, becoming the youngest singer in the history of the CMA awards to receive a nomination; she won neither award. After two quickie 1997 releases — Unchained Melody: The Early Years and You Light Up My Life: Inspirational Songs — she issued her second proper LP, Sittin’ on Top of the World, in 1998. Her self-titled third album followed a year later and I Need You appeared in early 2001. The next year, Rimes emerged with a sexy flair for the pop-oriented Twisted Angel, but returned to contemporary country in 2005 with This Woman. Her 2006 effort Whatever We Wanna found her going back to pop and was released exclusively in Europe. In 2007 she kicked off the Evan Almighty soundtrack with the gospel rave-up “Ready for a Miracle,” appeared on Hal Ketchum’s single “In Front of the Alamo,” and began promoting her next album, Family, with the single “Nothing Better to Do.”
Eddie Cibrian, LeAnn Rimes Join Stars For Poker Game. Eddie Cibrian and girlfriend LeAnn Rimes joined celebrities in Los Angeles last weekend for the 8th Annual World Poker Tour Celebrity Invitational. The couple, along with the other stars, raised over $100,000 for charity. “Grey’s Anatomy” star Eric Dane, actor and voice talent Hank Azaria from “The Simpsons,” actress Jenny McCarthy, “Entourage” star Jerry Ferrera, and “Desperate Housewives” star Teri Hatcher were among the stars who played cards to raise funds for the Chrysalis charity. The charity is described as a non-profit organization that aims to help economically disadvantaged and homeless individuals become self-sufficient through employment opportunities. CelebrityGoodLife.com added that Hatcher was so into the spirit of the event that she bought a few rounds for players, and even rewarded her good deed with an order of grilled cheese and fries. The two-part event will continue on March 3. Meanwhile, Cibrian will be seen in the Hallmark Channel HD Original Movie “Healing hands” alongside Lisa Sheridan. The film will premiere on the network on March 20
Bon Jovi will play the kickoff concert next spring at the new $1.6 billion stadium that will serve as the home for the Giants and Jets. An official familiar with the plans for the new stadium spoke on the condition of anonymity because he was not authorized to make the announcement. The official announcement is expected Thursday. Bon Jovi opened the Prudential Center in Newark last year with 10 concerts. The band’s new album, The Circle, will be released next month. The group has sold more than 120 million albums and performed more than 2,600 concerts in over 50 countries for more than 34 million Continue reading →
LEANN RIMES said she will not comment about allegations she has been having an affair. The singer has been at the centre of rumours that she has been seeing Eddie Cibrian, the co-star of her TV movie Northern Lights. But she said she is keeping tight-lipped about the reports and said she’d rather “let people believe” what they read. The pair sparked rumours they were cheating on their spouses last month after leaked CCTV footage showed them enjoying an intimate dinner together in California. As well as holding hands, the pair were also seen kissing. Rimes and Cibrian have both dismissed reports they are romantically linked and she said she is tired of defending herself against claims she has been cheating on her husband of seven years, dancer Dean Sheremet. She said: “It’s something that I hate going back and forth in the press about. I’m not going to do it because it hurts my loved ones, it hurts me, and I’m just not discussing it. “I’ve been around long enough… Let people believe what they’re going to believe.”
After a woman identifying herself as Dean Sheremet’s “cousin Pebbles” phoned Michigan’s Mojo in the Morning show Friday and dished about their marriage and his sexuality, LeAnn Rimes’s rep tells : “There is no known cousin Pebbles.”
On the radio, the so-called “Pebbles ” declared that Sheremet “doesn’t care” that Rimes had an affair with her TV movie costar Eddie Cibrian because “he’s gay.” The woman also added, “He’s been gay since he was probably five.”
Rimes’s rep’s response? “Although Dean and LeAnn never knew they had a cousin named Pebbles, they are glad to hear that she has come out of the woodwork,” he says. “Dean and LeAnn are also interested in connecting with their other long lost family members: Fred, Wilma, Barney and Bamm-Bamm. So Pebbles, please let us know if you have spoken to them, too.”