As much as Brandi Glanville hates it, everyone is falling over themselves over how good LeAnn Rimes' new album, Spitfire, is. The new record digs deep into LeAnn's feelings about her affair with a married man and the fallout -- and rewards -- of that turbulent time in her life. So of course Wendy Williams wants to hear all about it directly from LeAnn herself. So do we! LeAnn does not disappoint. On The Wendy Williams Show LeAnn admitted, "My life has been one big country song."
There really didn't seem to be any question Wendy couldn't ask LeAnn -- she just really wants to tell her side of the story. Here are my favorite juicy details.
What LeAnn loves about husband Eddie Cibran: He's smart, his dimples are cute, and he has big, strong man hands. But most importantly, they had great conversations together.
Trust is not an issue. You'd think LeAnn and Eddie would have trouble trusting each other, considering how their relationship arose through infidelity. But nope. "Maybe because of the way we got together and how honest we had to be, he's always been very open and honest with me about his past ... I've never actually had this kind of trust with anyone ... I think we really respect and appreciate each other."
LeAnn denies the "lick it off" rumor. Brandi claims she found out about the affair at a party when LeAnn spilled something on her shirt and asked Eddie if he wanted to "lick it off." Brandi says LeAnn didn't know she was there, watching at the time. LeAnn denies that this ever happened, that she would ever do anything like this.
LeAnn defends her rights as a stepmom. Yes, she knows people judge, and co-parenting is hard. But, "I have the right, as any other stepmom, to love my stepsons the way I love them."
About that rehab ... LeAnn admits she got too skinny but says she's never had an eating disorder. "It was just stress," she says, a toxic combo of anxiety, stress, and depression. "I'm happy now, obviously."
LeAnn accuses Brandi of using their feud to fuel her career. Wendy mentioned that the two women "talk mess" about each other. LeAnn said, "I talk truth!" But when Wendy asked her if she'll ever leave it alone, LeAnn said, "I would love that." BUT ...
I feel like sometimes it's used for on the other side maybe a little bit for a career and so therefore until that stops, until that storyline stops, I don't think it will stop ...
... Both people have to want to change ... I think if it was a little bit more private it would be a lot easier for everyone, especially the kids, to actually be able to co-parent.
Babies are probably happening. LeAnn and Eddie aren't trying to get pregnant now, but she says they're definitely talking about it. "I think we'll carve out time for that."
LeAnn on RHOBH?!? Wendy would love to see LeAnn join Real Housewives of Beverly Hills. LeAnn says she'd do it only if she could have fun with it. "If we're gonna do it, let's make it crazy and over-the-top, based on our lives, but fun." Um, I thought that's what they already did?
Does LeAnn's interview with Wendy Williams change the way you see her and her feud with Brandi Glanville?
Image via The Wendy Williams Show