LeAnn Rimes Didn't Know How to Not Cheat on Her Husband


leann rimesIf you thought the dumbest thing LeAnn Rimes ever did was cheat on her husband Dean Sheremet with Eddie Cibrian, and break up his marriage with Brandi Glanville, you are sorely mistaken, my friend. Because now, LeAnn wants you to feel bad for her because she simply was never taught how to not cheat. Poor thing.

The country star recently told Us Weekly:

I know I didn't do it the right way. I didn't have the tools to know how to do it the right way, how to let go the right way. I'd never been taught that.

Oh, my brain is spinning in so many directions right now! The jokes I could make! The jabs I could take! Where to begin? Where to begin? Gahh! Okay, inhale in ... aaaand deep breath out ... ahhh. Okay. How about using common sense, you ... special, special lady?

But, before we even discuss the idiocracy of her comment, let's all take a moment of silence for her publicist and the nonsense story he or she is going to have to spew to spin this one, staaarting ... now! Five, four, three, two, and we're back!

Okay, so it's not me, right? I mean, it is kind of crazy to expect to be taught how to end a marriage, right? And it's equally crazy to think that an appropriate way (despite your lack of tutelage) is to sleep with your costar and get caught by paparazzi, correct? I'd imagine people have a hard time finding a way to break the news to their spouse that they've fallen for someone else, but usually it's the kind of thing that they just wing, no?

This is sophomoric stuff here, LeAnn. Clearly you're not mature enough to be married, let alone have an affair. I mean, if you're going to cheat, at least go Brad and Angelina style, and own that stuff. End your marriage, then get together publicly with your new partner, surround yourselves by a tiny army of toddlers, and become Hollywood's new golden couple. None of this sneaking around stuff, followed by, "Oh, I didn't know what I was doing! My mommy never taught little ol' me that! Tee-hee!" Because not only do you sound like an idiot when you say that, you look like one, too.

I guess the only good thing that's come from LeAnn's insano comments is that when she and Eddie break up (most likely due to philandering), she will, like, totally know how to deal.

What do you think of LeAnn's comments? And her cheating in general?


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Ulrike Klein

Doesn't sound like you have ever been in a shit situation and did something really stupid. I can actually relate. I didn't cheat, I got divorced before it got even closet o that, but I learned that I can now "see" how that could happen. When you feel udderly lonely and alone and, as my therapist said back then "You weren't equipped to figure it out"...yup.  I just ended up leaving. I think she's being treated like a villain. She did something shit. So did he. Clearly neither of their marriages was perfect. She didn't force him into it and he didn't force her into it. these are two adults who both did a bad decision,..In the end, probably all people involved have a chance to find true happiness.

poshkat poshkat

in the words of squidward tentacles "she is so tacky"

hotic... hoticedcoffee

It's a pathetic excuse, that's for sure.  I was never taught how not to cheat on my husband, either, but I've managed to avoid doing it anyway.  It's not like you bump uglies by accident.

butte... butterflymkm

This sorta broke my heart. Why do we attribute songs to feelings? Grr. I couldn't listen to a lot of her songs after this like 'lucky like us' becase I knew she didn't feel it anymore. When you love someone enough to marry them, you should love them enough to let them go when the love is gone.

craft... craftygal76

Ok she made a mistake, we all do..but we need to forgive and forget..

Layla19 Layla19

I think it's a dumb excuse.  I was never specifically "taught" here's how not to open your legs for someone else while you're married, but I figured it out anyway.  Once you reach adulthood, there's a whole bunch of things (for most people) that you were never taught...maybe money responsibility, anger management, or how to have a healthy relationship (just for examples).  But once you reach adulthood, it's your responsibility to figure them out.  That said, I don't really think it's our business to forgive her or not.  That's for the people she actually knows, the people she has relationships with.  I'm sure she does not give a rat's teenie behind for any of our opinions.


Well, she is an idiot, but did ya see what her dh looked like? I can see how she could fall for this guy!


This post is such hypocrisy. Who died and left you the boss of adultery? It's either right or wrong and in my opinion Angelina Jolie is the skankiest skank out there. How is adultery different? Who decides who can "do it" and who can't? Also, who picked that person to decide? This ticks me right off. Both cheat and for one it's okay and the other it's not? This isn't the first time Le Ann's been put through a meat grinder on this blog and I know life isn't fair but really. Come now. Explain it to me how it's right for Larry and Moe but not for Curly?

Kiki1212 Kiki1212

Go ahead and make a family with this man Leann. We want to know how you are going to feel when someone comes along and ruins your family. See how easy it is to tell your babies that daddy doesn't love mommy anymore and is going away.  One thing is to cheat and break up a marriage (that is bad enough), but to break up a family!!!  ugh...that is taking it to a different level.  Hurting me is one thing, but you hurt my babies and you are asking for it!!  LeAnn will pay for her stupidity. This isn't going to be a "happily ever after" kind of life.  Karma will come for her someday......

MissK... MissKathleen297

My parents both cheated on each other, constantly. While my sister and I learned it was not okay (via the fireworks whenever one parent caught the other), we never really learned how to love someone in a marriage situation. We initially did the role of wife by rote, mostly using things like TV shows (we grew up in the Leave It toBeaver, Ozzie & Harriet era) as an example of the "right" way to do things. Our divorces were civilized, our marriages were not. Yes, we eventually learned how to love, but it took us a long time to figure it out.

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