Here’s something that will shock you: Brandi Glanville and LeAnn Rimes don’t get along. They never have, they never will, nothing will ever change. There are no new developments in their relationship, nothing new has happened… and yet they’re both still talking about it. You’d think, after LeAnn made a final “I’m done apologizing!” statement last month that she was finally ready to move on with her life, but you’d be wrong, because she’s got more to say and it’s something you’ve never heard before (kidding, you’ve totally heard it a million times).
Eddie’s ex-wife, Brandi, has been pretty vocal about her feelings for you. What’s your relationship like now?
That’s where you write “insert face reaction here”.
Eek… That doesn’t sound good.
It’s been really difficult. You have to stand up for yourself and be your own person, but at the same time you have to protect these children and their hearts. And that’s a very tough balance.
Do you have any regrets?
I don’t like that word. Do I wish I handled it differently? Absolutely. No one wants to hurt anyone or put themselves through hurt. I think the only other thing we could’ve done would have been to get out of our marriages before anything happened. It was tough, and it all happened very fast. I felt so ashamed and guilty.
God, we get it. And why are people still asking about this like some new revelation is going to come to light? Just make it stop. At least Brandi seems preoccupied at the moment with her one-time fling with Gerard Butler, even though he didn’t even remember her name.
Poor, poor LeAnn Rimes. All she does is get bullied and shit upon and no one will leave her alone. Well, guess what! She’s not having it anymore. No sir, she won’t apologise and feel bad for breaking up a family and being a total prick about it. No more! The phoenix will rise from the ashes once more!
Did you feel a need to explain yourself?
You’ve done a lot of frank US TV interviews recently… Yes. People have been judging me, so I felt a need to explain and apologise, which I’ve done many times. Now I no longer feel that need. I’m happy and happily married and have a wonderful family. I’m living life as best I can – but I’m not exempt from failure and making bad choices.
You’ve been written about extensively in the US tabloids for three years since you got together with your husband. Has the coverage worn you down?
It has been an ongoing story for them. At least I sell magazines for them – I guess that’s the positive – but it’s involved some very wrong information. Sometimes I comment on it, sometimes I don’t. They’re going to write what they want to write anyway. I just read I bathe in Evian water – some of the stories are so insane. I try to let it roll off my back but it’s gone on for a long time. I have a talent, I can sing. I don’t earn my money from trying to hurt people or get in the tabloids.
Girl, we know you don’t bathe in Evian because that shit is expensive and you’re broke enough to need to sue your dentist over those chicklet teeth of yours. Second of all, you know you love every second of the press you get for Eddie and Brandi – otherwise, your ass would’ve been out of the news years ago and stayed there for good, because God knows that voice (which was average at best to begin with) is not what it once was. You need to sit down.
Brandi Glanville can’t seem to keep her trap shut about all things LeAnn Rimes/Eddie Cibrian, so much so that she actually pulled a Blu Cantrell and got her vagina re-done (WHY) on Eddie’s dime and then wrote a book about all the f-ckery surrounding that relationship to make more bank. Gotta give homegirl her Shrewd Businesswoman patch on that one.
In any case, Brandi’s book is a whole hot mess of unnecessary nonsense and never should have been released. It was released, though, and even better than that, it may now be made into a script and acted out by real, live actors. Brandi broke the news on Twitter on Monday:
Lifetime is probably the only network desperate enough to buy this crap, but also, you have to admit that Lifetime makes those amazing Made-For-TV movies that are so bad, they circle back ’round to being really good again. I mean, I grew up in the In The Best Interest of the Children days and it was my jam – it’s only got better since then. Come on – Sexting in Suburbia? Instant classic. Mom at 16 was a classic, as well.
Anyway, I’m getting ahead of myself. Let’s get this movie made, stat.