Okay, fine. LeAnn Rimes isn’t actually breaking this bulldog’s neck. It just appears that she’s choking out this poor dog, up for adoption at a center in Calabasas, California. But my, does this dog look unhappy. [Photo: PacificCoastNews.com]
I’ll admit it. I’m obsessed with LeAnn Rimes. Between the quiff and the painful “Entertainment Tonight” interview and reports that she cried after Brandi Glanville said she can “go fuck herself,” I can’t help but rubberneck at the girl. She’s spiraling and needs to get it together. Then I read some highly entertaining excerpts from Brandi Glanville’s new, tell-all book. OMG. Pass-aggro digs galore. Keep reading »
I know I said I would stop picking on LeAnn Rimes, but I can’t! Tuesday night, on “Jimmy Kimmel Live,” LeAnn did herself a grave disservice by experimenting with a new hairdo. Rachel told me that there is a proper name for this hairstyle and it’s called a quiff. Wikipedia describes it as a cross between a pompadour, a flattop and a mohawk. So yeah, LeAnn Rimes went on national television with a quiff. My theory is that it was her plant to have her hair distract us from all the bizarro things she said on that “Entertainment Tonight” interview. If so,it worked. Consider me distracted. Here are some alternative hairstyles for LeAnn since, you know, she seems to want a new look. Click through to check them out. [Yahoo]
“Have you seen him? … [Sex is] whatever time. Any time of the day. Whenever he wants it.”
–LeAnn Rimes on her sex life with Eddie Cibrian. I swear, this is the last time I will speak of LeAnn’s painful-to-endure “Entertainment Tonight” interview with Nancy O’Dell. Did she need to say this? No, she did not.This statement reeks of desperation and insecurity and territory marking. Why do I say this? Because people who are truly having a great sex life don’t feel the need to brag about it. That is all. [US Weekly]
Oh, man. Watching LeAnn Rimes’ “Entertainment Tonight” interview is like watching a fly trying to get unstuck from fly paper. She just keeps on flapping and flapping even though she’s stuck. It’s painful to watch. Yeah, yeah, yeah, the interview was technically about her her new album Spitfire. But it wasn’t really. With minimal prodding from Nancy O’Dell, LeAnn overshared like crazy, admitting that she and Eddie are worried about cheating on each other, that her body wouldn’t let her stop having the affair (what?) and that she considered taking her own life over it. . Keep reading »
By now you’ve probably caught LeAnn Rimes’ strange “X-Factor” duet with Carly Rose Sonenclar. To me, she just sounded like she was trying to out-sing a 13-year-old who’s more talented than her. And she did it in a very Jenna Maroney from “30 Rock” sort of way. Julie calls the sound that was coming out of her face “warbling.” I’m stealing that. Other people thought she seemed drunk. Rimes deflected the drunk allegations and made Sonenclar look bad in one fell swoop claiming that she was trying to help the “nervous” girl. Likely story. And sadly, Soneclar didn’t win, possibly due to Rimes’ warbling spotlight-stealing. [The Hollywood Gossip]
LeAnn wasn’t the only celeb who demanded “I wasn’t drunk!” this year. Click through for the top drunk deniers of 2012. The first step is admitting you have a problem …
Sometimes life imitates TV — and not in a good way. In a bombastic, ridiculous, I-can’t-believe-I’m-watching-this way.
Take LeAnn Rimes performing on “The X-Factor” Wednesday night with finalist Carly Rose Sonenclar. Rimes pulls a total Jenna Maroney (from “30 Rock”), and attempts to upstage a child, just like Maroney did on the fictional singing show “America’s Kidz Got Singing.” Except LeAnn is a real person. Or, like, a sort of real person. Don’t believe us? Check out this clip of Maroney dueting with a blonde moppet on “30 Rock” earlier this year, after the jump!
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National treasure Judge Judy hit up “The View” this morning. I barely recognized her when she’s not screaming at someone! But as always, J.J. spits the truth.
The ladies asked Judy what her thoughts were on “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills”‘ Brandi Glanville, who made headlines this week [second to last item] for saying that seeing her ex-husband’s new wife LeAnn Rimes holding Glanville’s children made her feel violently angry. Judge Judy very politely suggests that everyone STFU and grow up. “You have to love the child more than you hate each other,” she advised, before adding later, “Only mature people should have children,” to audience applause. And if Judge Judy had to issue a license to have children? She would.
Eeek. Anyone else a little afraid they would not pass muster?