LeAnn Rimes and Eddie Cibrian Open Up In New Interview (Recap)
On Friday LeAnn Rimes and Eddie Cibrian Open Up In New Interview was a top story. Here is the recap: (Extra) LeAnn Rimes and husband Eddie Cibrian joined "Extra's" Mario Lopez at The Grove. LeAnn opening up about her newly released album "Spitfire." The couple showing their affection for one another talking about their very public relationship.
LeAnn calling her 11th album therapeutic, "I kind of feel like I've had a piece of tape over my mouth for the last four and a half years, so you know, as that ripped off
I kind of got it all out through my music instead of going and fighting all these crazy public battles."
In her new song "Borrowed," LeAnn tells all about the affair that brought them together while both were married to other people. "I was writing feelings that I didn't even know I felt until I wrote them in the song
Those were hours of crying in a corner and like, I can't say this and then kind of once that door opened up to just pure, raw honesty."
Eddie revealing how he feels about her music, "It's been an album that critically garnering huge great acclaim which is a testament to all the hard work she's putting into it." As for the song "Borrowed, "She can write music about me and talk about a lot of mess and I'm cool with it."
Eddie also saying when it comes to the tabloids he lets things roll of his back, "I'm so easy going
I don't feel like I have to go out there and defend anything that's a lie. Personally, I know it's a lie. She's knows it's a lie. My friends, my family. That's all that really matters to me."
LeAnn's struggles with her personal issues making headlines, from spending time in rehab for stress and anxiety to recently saying she is not secure about her body, "It's hard when people are constantly like all eyes on you, you gain five pounds you lose five pounds people are you know, you have an eating disorder, you're all of the sudden too chubby, like there's so much judgment."
Rimes, who rose to country music stardom at the age of 13, also reacted to Paris Jackson's suicide attempt this week, "You're in that impressionable age of you know, figuring out who you are and everyone's telling you who you're supposed to be or who they think you should be
It can mess with your head
I wish her all the best in the world and I hope she gets some help." - Extra
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