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    Quote Originally Posted by BrickHouse View Post
    That's quite a beer belly he's sporting.
    I noticed that. Guess he's eating all those waffles in their freezer.

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    Eddie must be the funniest man alive because every photo op of the two of them include at least one picture of her doing that maniacal laugh thing.
    It makes me really curious what that actual moment is like. Is anything even remotely funny said? Does he mess with her and say things like 'I'm leaving you' or 'Brandi would look hotter in that bikini' and she's just in her own world posing and laughing? It just looks completely awkward.
    Also, with how hard LeAnn is on her body because of what Ed likes I wonder if the roles will be reversed at all now that he's gaining some pudge and losing all his muscle. I still don't understand how but she has always had a good looking guy and I see her being very shallow. However I think Ed is her biggest catch to date so she might just stick it out.
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    the article that basically says having a child is really up to eddie and he doesn't want to makes me believe he's been snipped more than ever. i mean he's the only thing that's holding her back. it's not like she cant forget a 'pill' or poke holes in a condom. dude is shooting blanks and she knows it. he doesn't want to get his swimmers removed manually so he's ultimately in control.
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    Here's The Daily Mail write up, and you can see from the headline the angle they took and they included a comparison picture:

    LeAnn Rimes hits the beach in sexy bikini and shares kiss with husband Eddie Cibrian (but where did his six pack go?)



    LeAnn Rimes hits the beach in sexy bikini and shares kiss with husband Eddie Cibrian | Mail Online
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dorahacky View Post
    You know, you're kind of right - for all their clutching and pawing and grasping, they somehow seem very asexual. Not that I try very hard, but I can't really imagine them fucking in such a way that either they or anyone who happened to be watching them would get any enjoyment out of it.

    Kind of like putting together IKEA furniture - insert plug A into opening F, use Allen wrench to turn, etc, etc. Sexy.

    ETA: Moobs. They're almost as big as the sad johnson on his thigh in the 2nd pic.

    I hate you for making me go back & look.

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    wow Leann approves all of the DM stories doesnt she? doesnt she write them herself? she has a deal with them. so basically she wanted them to post something about Eddie gaining weight. i wonder if they're fighting or something and she's trying to get revenge
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    Lmao! Another year of unemployment and he'll be the size of Rob Kardashian. Can.not.wait! I wanna poke him in the tummy and make him giggle.
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    he looked so much better on Third Watch. I think he has had the snip too. Her voice must be annoying as hell.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dorahacky View Post
    ETA: Moobs. They're almost as big as the sad johnson on his thigh in the 2nd pic.
    I had to go look. And laugh. Sad Johnson sounds like name of an old timer saxophone player. All worn out and wrinkled, always blue. So perfect.
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    Eddie is a little chubby, but not really that bad. LeAnn is about right for her, maybe a little slim.

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    LeAnn Rimes Dishes on Her Stepsons, Tabloids, and "Saying What Other People Can't Say for Themselves"
    By Natalya JonesThu., Jun. 26 2014 at 10:05 AM



    Sara Hertel

    Though LeAnn Rimes has dealt with her share of tabloid controversy, speaking with her on the phone revealed a calm and cool character. Though the papers sprinkle words like "affair" and "rehab" generously next to her name, Rimes just seems like a family friend you've known your whole life -- Rimes is normal but not ordinary.

    With her newest album, Spitfire, it seems as if the successful country star is letting it all out for the first time since she started working at the age of 11. In a bold move, her and hubby Eddie Cibrian's VH1 series, LeAnn & Eddie, will premiere on July 17, broadcasting even more of Rimes' personal life.

    To get the lowdown on LeAnn, we spoke with her about her two stepsons, her reputation, and, of course, her heartbreaker anthem "How Do I Live."

    New Times: You have won two Grammy Awards, three Academy of Country Music Awards, and 12 Billboard Awards. Where do you go from here?
    LeAnn Rimes: [laughs] My stepson said, "You know, you have 20 awards. You should get 21." So that's the goal. [laughs] But it's not about that for me. I try to always look forward, not back.
    Until recently, I had all the awards in my closet. They are now in my living room. It's more about the music to me; the fact that people are still interested 20 years later is huge.

    So you mentioned that you are looking for a new record deal. Why is that?
    Well, my record deal contract is currently up, so
    I'm in the process of signing with someone else. It's nice to have a new set of eyes for me now from when I was 11. It's fresh ears, fresh eyes, fresh perspective on things. It creates a whole new world.

    You were young when you started in the music industry. How do you think that affected your childhood and how you grew up?
    You try so hard to invent yourself as a kid and think you don't miss out on things, but you kind of do. My oldest stepson, Mason, is 11, but I can't even imagine him signing a record deal now -- that would be weird. But by hanging out with my stepsons, I get a chance to be a kid again. It's crazy, but I feel like I get a chance to play at age 31, like jumping on a trampoline.

    What other activities do you guys do together besides jumping on trampolines?
    Oh, that's probably my favorite. It's a workout. I get more out of it then they do. [laughs]


    You said Mason is the oldest and he is 11, so the other one has to be fairly young. How old are your stepsons, and if they wanted, would you ever let them pursue a career in the music industry at a young age?
    Yeah, Mason is 11, and Jack is 7. Developing talent is superimportant, but I would never push them into the business side of things. It's important to let them do what they love, but to have them embedded in it... I've learned my lesson there. [laughs] Jake will play guitar and sing, and it's out of tune, but he doesn't care. Mason will also play guitar and make up songs. They jam out on the side of the stage with their headphones on.


    Aww. So they like coming out to your shows?

    They love coming out on the road during the summer. They think the bus is a jungle gym.

    Do you think your music has influenced their taste?
    I hope so! Sometimes they listen to something and I'm like, OK, we need to listen to something more serious here. [laughs] They love Adele, which is awesome. I'm like, "Aww." I play them a demo and you can see what they like.


    Do the demos they like determine what makes the cut for the final album?

    Sometimes. Kids think so concrete, different than adults, so if they like a song, you did pretty well. They sang "She's My Cherry Pie," and I'm like, "We need to branch out and find a new song."


    Yeah, not sure how people would feel about kids so young singing that!

    Yeah, sometimes I hear something and I say, "Uh, um, turn that off." [laughs]


    Spitfire
    is rumored to be your most personal album. Is there a particular song on there that really hits home for you?

    Writing "Borrowed" was being able to approach something so personal. I went through years of people writing the wrong stories and intentions for me. I was able to look at myself in the mirror and approach the subject. It was freeing.


    I wasn't intentionally going to write such a personal album. It changed my approach that I'm not afraid to say what other people are saying or how you feel. It creates a deeper connection with listeners who hold back from what they think. Saying what other people can't say for themselves -- that's what music should be all about. It's a gift that should be shared. My favorite artists are people who are not afraid to say how they feel, like Janis Joplin. That's what sets a good performer and a great performer apart: A great performer helps people feel and express something they can't.


    You've been in the tabloids for the past couple of years. How does this work as a growing experience for you, and do you think this changed you?

    Yeah, absolutely, in both life and music. In the past, "music LeAnn" and "life LeAnn" were split. They are now more cohesive and one thought. It's helped me approach things more differently in life. No matter what the risk is, it's one person.


    Your song "How Do I Live" is still recognizable and famous to this day even though it came out years ago. How does that feel?

    I never really sit and think about it. I've had every story surrounding that song... Funerals, for example. All the songs that affected me, I don't consider myself to have that effect on people. I'm realizing I have that influence as an artist. It's a great feeling and also a heavy responsibility in a way. It's overwhelming, hard to wrap your head around. You always will have that connection with those people. They have a connections with that song and your voice.


    What specific stories do you remember from that song?

    It's used in lots of funerals and weddings. They remember where they heard that song and decided to use it. Patsy Cline's husband, Charlie, pulled over on the side of the road when he first heard it; it was that eerie. My mom remembers when she heard it.


    LeAnn Rimes, 8 p.m. Saturday, July 19, at Mardi Gras Casino, 831 N. Federal Highway, Hallandale Beach. Visit mardigrascasinofl.com.

    Source: LeAnn Rimes Dishes on Her Stepsons, Tabloids, and "Saying What Other People Can't Say for Themselves" | New Times Broward-Palm Beach

    Lele and Dean's Barbie Dreamhouse in Nashville in 2008. Closet?


    Summer 2012, prior to Tweehab spa weekend. Closet?


    Why blatantly lie about stupid shit like this? So annoying. She's such a bore.
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    Ooof, the stretch marks!


    Can only imagine what she'd look like after giving birth...

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    ^^I like how this reporter/journalist listed Jake as Jack.
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    Your song "How Do I Live" is still recognizable and famous to this day even though it came out years ago. How does that feel?
    I never really sit and think about it. I've had every story surrounding that song... Funerals, for example. All the songs that affected me, I don't consider myself to have that effect on people. I'm realizing I have that influence as an artist. It's a great feeling and also a heavy responsibility in a way. It's overwhelming, hard to wrap your head around. You always will have that connection with those people. They have a connections with that song and your voice.


    Funny, when someone says "How Do I Live" my first thought is Trisha Yearwood.
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    I imagine he' seen as a romantic lead, so isn't he supposed to be all buff and stuff? Even I can see her stretchmarks and I really need a new prescription. So young to have them like that. That's the thing these days that I can get used to (where's my cane)? - how anything goes - the "if I like it I'll wear it" way of thinking. My school of thought is if you have fat thighs - lower the hem. If you have stretchmarks - cover them up and enhance something else, if you have large breasts - don't wear a style that creates uni-boob. (kim...)
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