The fallout continues after The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Brandi Glanville recently expressed her frustration at LeAnn Rimes’ posting Christmas photos of Brandi’s children after Glanville asked her to stop. Brandi’s ex Eddie Cibrian responded by calling Brandi a liar; now, Brandi has responded to that, by sharing an emotional email she claims she sent Eddie in early November, in which she specifically asks LeAnn to stop.
After just eight episodes, VH1 has pulled the plug on LeAnn Rimes and Eddie Cibrian’s reality show because of low ratings. See how LeAnn appeared to react to the news on Instagram…
The highly anticipated LeAnn & Eddie reality series starring tabloid superstars LeAnn Rimes and Eddie Cibrian premieres Thursday, July 17 on VH1, and now we have our first official preview trailer! Keep reading to watch the 3+ minute clip, which of course includes quite a few digs at Eddie’s ex, Brandi Glanville.
Whether intentionally or not, someone at VH1 shared clips of LeAnn Rimes and Eddie Cibrian’s upcoming reality show, LeAnn & Eddie… So we now have our first taste of what we’re in for later this year.
How the tables have turned! Formerly popular actor Eddie Cibrian is reportedly requesting child support from his reality star ex-wife, Brandi Glanville. And per usual, Brandi’s now hiding her feelings on the matter…
REPORT LeAnn Rimes and Eddie Cibrian hiring actors to play Brandi Glanville, her sons on reality show
Many people expected that Brandi Glanville would block her sons from appearing on LeAnn & Eddie. But, who would have expected the new reality television stars would opt to hire actors to play the young boys? Read on and tell us whether you think it’s a good solution or a weird form of alternate reality.
Singer LeAnn Rimes confirmed back in May that she and husband Eddie Cibrian would be getting their own show, saying at the time, “We’re doing a TV show based on our reality,” before adding, “We’ll take things out of our lives and elaborate them and make them funny. People have been laughing at us – we want them to laugh with us!” Today VH1 confirmed they will be the home of the pseudo-scripted series, which will be six half-hour episodes and will premiere in Fall 2013/Winter 2014. Keep reading for the full press release with more details about the show, and of course some exclusive “LeAnn & Eddie” show graphics from us!