While LeAnn Rimes and Eddie Cibrian continue to beg for work, their ex-spouses are actually doing quite well for themselves.
Brandi Glanville found life after marriage to Cibrian to be quite lucrative; she's enjoyed success as a reality star on The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, will soon appear on E!'s upcoming series, Famously Single, has her own podcast, line of wines and book deals.
Meanwhile, Rimes and Cibrian can't rub two pennies together, BUT AT LEAST THEY HAVE THEIR LOVE TO KEEP THEM WARM.
TMZ reports that Glanville and Sheremet have signed on for My Kitchen Rules, a reality cooking show based on one that has enjoyed success in Australia.
The show will pit teams of two against one another to see who can throw the best dinner event.
Lance Bass, Andrew Dice Clay, Naomi Judd, and siblings Ray J and Brandy have already signed on, according to the site.
Yesterday, Glanville posted a photo to Twitter with Sheremet, more or less confirming that a cooking show is indeed happening.
"Let the games begin 💗 @Deansheremet -Don't let me to close to the knives," Glanville tweeted.
Sheremet is a chef and health and fitness coach, having attended the French Culinary Institute.
Last year, Sheremet told blogger Natalie Thomas what it was like meeting Cibrian on the set of Lifetime's Northern Lights, before he discovered that Rimes and the actor were having an affair.
"He was a good looking guy. I just remember being like, 'Oh, God, just another one of those Hollywood pretty boys,'" Sheremet recalled.
"If you’re in a room with him, he’s probably one of the most charming people you’ll ever meet. But I wouldn’t trust him as far as I could throw this f---ing table...
"He just felt like one of those guys from the beginning. A total schmoozer. Very Hollywood.
"I never bought his schtick. But I wasn’t worried."
All's well that ends well, though. Rimes and Cibrian are jonesin' for work, while Sheremet and Glanville are making out like bandits.