LeAnn Rimes hasn't exactly been private about her emotional struggle. Earlier this year, the singer checked into a 30-day treatment center for stress and anxiety, and now she's opening up to the world about her battle with depression, too.
LeAnn Rimes has responded to claims made by her husband's ex-wife Brandi Glanville. In a new interview, Glanville accused the singer of not only having an eating disorder, but also of putting her two kids with Eddie Cibrian in danger. Rimes' rep says the model is just trying to promote a television show and a book.
"I feel like I'm starting over, even though I've had all these years behind me," LeAnn Rimes tells Katie Couric in an interview that will air later this week during 'All Access Nashville,' a '20/20' special edition.
LeAnn Rimes is suing two women she claims illegally recorded a phone call with her and posted it online. The lawsuit says the call was edited out-of-context and has harmed her reputation, personal relationships, and caused her emotional distress...
Millions of women (and men) all over the world took to the streets to protest the inauguration of President Donald Trump on Saturday (Jan. 21), and country stars were among those who commented on the protests via social media.
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