From Radar Online:
Brandi Glanville, appearing on Monday night’s edition of Watch What Happens Live, called LeAnn Rimes “insane” in reference to the singer’s latest tell-all interview.
Brandi implied LeAnn’s been crying wolf with her cavalcade of emotional, no-holds-barred interviews – the latest with Entertainment Tonight, in which she discussed her fears of losing husband Eddie Cibrian, and her stint in rehab for stress and anxiety.
“Everyday there’s a tell-all,” Brandi said. “It’s kind of cray-cray!”
Host Andy Cohen asked Brandi about rumors that Eddie, a modestly successful TV actor, had hooked on to LeAnn as a Sugar-Mama.
“It’s true, yeah,” Brandi said, confirming that Eddie had always wanted to live in a big house in an affluent community – two wishes the How Do I Live singer has been able to grant with her wealth.
Fellow guest star Hoda Kotb chimed in with the adage that the “way you got him is the way you’ll lose him,” a reference to how Eddie was married to Brandi at the time he hooked up with LeAnn.
Asked point blank if she though LeAnn was insane, Brandi said, “Insane? Yes I do!”
Brandi said she knows LeAnn religiously watches her antics on The Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills, recalling how her son Jake saw Andy on TV and said, “That’s [LeAnn's] favorite show!”
“I hope LeAnn will come on!” Andy said.
The jury remains to be seen on that: During the broadcast, LeAnn took to Twitter to (presumably) respond to Brandi, writing, “Wow the texts from my friend. KISSES and KMA,” as in, “Kiss My A**.”
First, let me say: anytime I hear someone use the non-word “cray-cray,” I want to punch a puppy in the face. Wait, no; that’s not right. Anytime I hear someone use the non-word “cray-cray,” I want to punch them in the face. That’s much, much better, and much more accurate, too.
Second? I’m very much Team Brandi (just by default, though; it’s not like I like the silly bitch or anything), but if she wants to keep her sanity-cred, then maybe—just maybe—she should also shut her mouth about LeAnn, too. It’s like, let LeAnn do LeAnn, because everyone knows that LeAnn is completely batshit crazy. Everyone knows that LeAnn’s got a bunch of screws loose up there, rattling around and damaging other parts from the constant rumble. Nuts, nuts, nuts. Talking about how nuts someone is won’t make them less nuts, you know?
And last? Can you even imagine what it’s going to be like if and when Eddie cheats on LeAnn? Oh my God, the fur is going to absolutely f-cking fly. I can’t even picture what LeAnn’s face would look like upon hearing the news, or worse, what LeAnn’s face would look like after hearing that the public heard the news. It’s just too much to bear.
I can’t wait.
January 22, 2013 at 10:30 am by Sarah
“Have you seen him? [Sex is] whatever time. Any time of the day. Whenever he wants it.”
But hey, does this make anyone else kind of uncomfortable? Because I don’t like this at all. If it was anyone else, I’d probably just be all “ha ha, whatever” and not give it another thought, but since it’s LeAnn, I just get this image of LeAnn walking around the house in lingerie, doing sexy poses to try to get Eddie to notice her. Like I could see him being on the phone, and she’d come up in front of him in some sort of fancy panties and bend over and pout at him. And I feel like she could be doing some sort of work, and he’d call – no, he’d just text – and say “it’s time,” and she’d drop whatever to please him. Because heaven knows that if she doesn’t, he’ll find someone who will.
Hope you love all these mental images!
January 19, 2013 at 3:00 pm by Emily
It’s pretty ridiculous… The transparency is what’s being used to actually continue her ‘career’ with that tweet. That’s the transparency for me. Sorry, if you want to be real honest, I’ll be honest. My heart overflows with love for those two boys, and also because they’re my husband’s children, I look at them and they are two little spitting images of my husband. They’re with us half the time — I am never going to let a child walk into my house and not feel the love that they feel at their mom’s house. … I’m going to be a part of that love, that intense love. I hope we can work it out. Life would be a lot calmer for everyone. I’m going to be a part of that love, that intense love…
I’d ask if it only gets better from here, but I’m afraid that I’d be asking a question that we all know the answer to (it’s yes; of course it’s yes).
How about that face, by the way? And that garish shade of orange her skin is during this interview. Something’s changing here, guys, and it’s definitely not for the better.
January 18, 2013 at 9:30 am by Sarah
In an(other) exclusive interview with ET Online, guess what LeAnn talked about? Wait, no—don’t guess, because really. You probably already know. You guys are a pretty intuitive bunch, and what do many of us do best? I’ll also fill you in on that one: we talk about LeAnn Rimes talking about cheating, because that’s all part of the deal, it looks.
In the interview, LeAnn says that her songwriting before, during, and after the affair was more of an evolution than anything:
“What Have I Done is one of the first songs that I wrote for the record, before anything was actually starting to happen. 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.”
Now, to break it down, ‘What Have I Done’ is basically a song about a lady who cheats with a guy and she’s really sorry to her boyfriend/husband/partner about it. Whether she wrote it for this “friend” or not, there’s no “subconscious” speaking, because sure. It happened.
Next, she said that Eddie knew what the song was about before she, herself, even did:
“He actually heard the song when I wrote it and, actually, he knew what it was about before I did. He knew I was feeling feelings. I’m not sure what those were that he knew. … It’s a very complicated situation.”
Oh, OK. So, he knew that she was going to cheat on her husband with him before she even knew that she was going to cheat on her husband with him. What a stand-up guy.
Later, when asked if she worries if Eddie will cheat on her, she says:
“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. 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.”
In conclusion, LeAnn claims that, at the end of the day, her personal situation is just that—her personal situation. That, and she doesn’t expect anyone to understand where she’s coming from, or hey—even where she’s been:
“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. 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.”
What do you say, guys: feeling sorry for LeAnn Rimes yet? And if not, hell’s bells. What’s it going to take? Another six hundred interviews about Squints McBallsax and his ex-wife, Brandi? Come on. Have a heart already.
January 16, 2013 at 3:30 pm by Sarah
Have you guys ever heard of a lady by the name of Scheana Marie Jancan? If you read all of our LeAnn Rimes posts and you know about a certain commenter by the handle of ‘Guest’, then you probably did. Guest has long talked about this Scheana Marie Jancan chick and her role in the breakup of Eddie‘s first marriage to Brandi Glanville, and now the possible role in his second marriage (he was only ever married twice, right? There’s not some crazy third or fourth or fifth woman in the picture here who’s going to jump into this off-balance fray anytime soon, is there?).
Radar Online has an exclusive interview with this Scheana Marie Jancan, who is a waitress in Los Angeles, and who basically admits to being the other woman—at one point—in Eddie’s life while involved with LeAnn Rimes. In the interview, Scheana says about the early courting days between Eddie and her, “As months go by, Eddie gets separated. He then contacts me to go out for drinks. … I believed he was separated, so I was happy to go out with him again. But shortly into trying to hang out with him I find out about LeAnn, and I felt like such an idiot!” Needless to say, he was “dating” Scheana at the same time he was embarking on an affair with LeAnn.
However, Scheana claims that there’s nothing going on at this point: “I have no interest in talking to him again,” Scheana says, and claims that the two haven’t spoken in “years.”
January 11, 2013 at 5:30 am by Sarah
I know that this is really hard to believe, because Eddie Cibrian just seems like such a kind, upstanding person, but that’s the rumor: since he’s not not making all that much money these days, he’s just spending LeAnn‘s money for her. And not even in a “what’s mine is yours” way, but more in a “hey, I know I’m going to make you totally broke, but I really wanted this solid gold pizza cutter” way.”
From Star via Celebitchy:
LeAnn Rimes hasn’t had much success with buying love from her worst critics, but friends close to LeAnn say that when it comes to her husband, Eddie Cibrian, LeAnn is attempting to buy his loyalty – and the bills are starting to mount!
“Eddie spends LeAnn’s money at an alarming rate!” an insider tells Star. “He acts like it’s unlimited; he doesn’t even care. He buys whatever he wants, no matter how extravagant it is. The way he sees it is, he supports LeAnn in everything she does, so it’s only fair that he gets to buy himself treats.”
Eddie’s appetite runs deep when it comes to creature comforts. Since their 2011 marriage, she’s bought him expensive vacations to Mexican resorts, Rolex and Cartier watches, and she stands idly by while he splurges not only on himself but on her – including that five-carat, $85,000 engagement ring.
“Eddie will buy LeAnn gifts with her own money, but she doesn’t care… it’s a great excuse for her to show off to everyone and act like Eddie takes care of her.”
LeAnn’s accountant has repeatedly warned her that Eddie’s spending is out of control, but she just turns a blind eye, terrified that one false move will cause Eddie to leave her for another woman – just like he did to Brandi Glanville.
“He could bring them to the brink of bankruptcy, and she still wouldn’t say anything,” the source says.
LeAnn’s erratic behavior continues to baffle those around her – the day after Christmas, while passing through LAX, she became so incensed at a photographer who asked her about her X Factor performance that she jumped into an elevator without her 9-year-old stepson.
“It was creepy,” said an eyewitness. “One second she was smiling and happy, the next she was absolutely furious.”
It was exactly that kind of outburst that may already be hurting her work. Once worth an estimated $38 million, an insider says she has “nowhere near” that now. “Her career isn’t working out the way she hoped, so she’s doing all these little shows here and there to try to raise funds,” says an insider. “She even sold her Tennessee mansion in March for $3.35 million less than it was listed for, because she needs the money.”
And what about Eddie’s career? It’s at a virtual standstill He was cast as the lead in The Playboy Club last year, only to see it quickly cancelled due to abysmal ratings; though he’s scheduled to appear in the upcoming Tyler Perry flick Single Moms Club, there’s not much else on the horizon.
With two expensive lifestyles being supported by virtually one income, there’s pressure on LeAnn to keep earning.
“Deep down, she knows she can only keep Eddie if she’s rich,” says the insider. “Once the money goes, so does he.”
What makes a woman want to stay with a dude like Eddie, or even get with him in the first place? It’s because she thought she could change him, right? Or that she’d be the one that was different, the one that would make him happy. Or maybe it’s just plain old delusion: nothing’s wrong, so what’s everyone’s problem? Whatever it is, I hope LeAnn can reevaluate her life before she loses all her “How Do I Live?” money. This girl is sad enough as it is, I don’t want her to be broke, too.