As if LeAnn Rimes would let any time go on without feverishly trying to get the media to talk about her. A couple of days ago we witnessed LeAnn once again talking about her tired relationship with co-cheater Eddie Cibrian, and now we’re hearing that she’s once again bad-mouthing Cibrian’s ex-wife, Brandi Glanville, making this feud part 1,276, or something to that effect.
I think the last we heard about the feud was sometime before the happy holidays and it was Glanville doing the trash talking. If you remember, she was pissed that Rimes called her and Cibrian’s sons, 9-year-old Mason and 5-year-old Jake, “my boys”. At the time, Glanville tweeted, “Someone is trying to get under my skin by calling my children ‘her boys. So transparent! They are my boys, Eddie’s boys and your stepsons. . .for now.”
Of course Rimes is thinking that that’s all this is really about (and not the fact that you stole her husband from her) and she thinks it’s a lame fight really. She told ET, “It’s pretty ridiculous,” and said that the conflict is a “very one-sided war.”
Adds Rimes, “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.”
Aside from the Twitter word wars, in a later interview, Glanville did reveal she had deeper concerns about Rimes, mainly that she was unnerved when the singer was around her sons because she believed she was/is a danger to them. The RHOBH star claimed that one of her sons “got extremely ill” after eating some of Rimes laxatives he found, thinking they were candy.
Rimes, who denies that ever happened, says that Glanville really should be happy she loves her and Cibrian’s sons so much. She says of the boys, “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.”
She adds, “I hope we can work it out. Life would be a lot calmer for everyone.”
Hey, I think it’s great that LeAnn loves those boys and all, but honestly, if you really want to “work it out” with your husband’s ex-wife, stop talking about your personal life so publicly. I’m team Brandi, but both ladies need to learn to do this.