LeAnn Rimes: Broke and Alone?!
The drama between Brandi Glanville and Eddie Cibrian continues, although that's hardly a surprise at this point.
LeAnn Rimes' reality show, which the singer and husband Eddie Cibrian say portrays the couple as they really are, is "already a disaster," according to insiders.
After nine months of filming, Star reports, producers allegedly have just six, 30-minute episodes due to "boring footage and a quagmire of legal red tape."
Brandi Glanville and Eddie Cibrian are still at odds over their breakup, with the former claiming that Mr. LeAnn Rimes wants child support ... from Brandi.
More than three years after their divorce, The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star is still railing against Eddie, this time taking to Twitter (obviously).
Brandi Glanville is at it again, slamming Eddie Cibrian and LeAnn Rimes in her latest book. You won't believe what she had to say this time, either.
In Drinking and Dating: P.S. Social Media Is Ruining Romance, The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills diva dives right into dishing about her ex.
LeAnn Rimes is not pregnant yet, but it's not for lack of trying.
In a new interview with Extra's Mario Lopez, the singer and husband Eddie Cibrian talked about their hopes to start a family, but say they aren't quite ready.
Despite persistent rumors that Eddie Cibrian and LeAnn Rimes' marriage is in serious trouble, a statement from their rep denies anything of the sort.
"There is no truth whatsoever to the Star article," the rep told ET. "Eddie and LeAnn are happy and working on their new VH1 series and having a great life."
LeAnn Rimes is feuding with Brandi Glanville - yes, again - over the latter's claims that she was asked to be on the former's upcoming reality show.
Glanville said producers of Rimes' new show with husband Eddie Cibrian, Brandi's ex, asked her to appear; the show says it was the other way around.
LeAnn Rimes is getting her own reality show along with husband Eddie Cibrian. The upcoming VH1 series is tentatively titled ... wait for it ... LeAnn & Eddie.
The six-episode series is scheduled to debut in late 2013 or early 2014.
A Farrah Abraham reality show is on the way.
But, wait, it gets worse. Or at least not better.
LeAnn Rimes‘ camp is questioning Brandi Glanville's motives for stirring up drama, as usual, insinuating that the singer's new album is the motivator.
Says a friend of Rimes to celeb gossip site Radar: