After discussing the possibly of a reality show or a sitcom in their future, the husband and wife team made up of country crooner LeAnn Rimes and Eddie Cibrian will actually be getting their own reality TV program on VH1 -- which isn't to say it still can't be scripted.
Just when you thought LeAnn Rimes and Brandi Glanville were at least pretending to bury the hatchet in their never-ending feud, Rimes disavows the drama in an interview -- and then immediately adds to it.
A long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away, LeAnn Rimes took issue with a teacher named Kim Smiley, who was Team Brandi Glanville on Twitter.
Never one to let a stranger on the internet get away with saying mean things about her, Rimes actually called Smiley (yes, on the phone) and berated her, a call that Smiley recorded and is now being sued for on the grounds that Rimes' privacy was breached.
In their never-ending attempts to stay relevant (which includes reminding us about their years-old extra-marital affairs), LeAnn Rimes and her husband Eddie Cibrian are looking to get a sitcom made about their lives.
They've been talking about it since April, but no network thus far has bitten -- so it was apparently time for LeAnn to bring it up again.
Finally, LeAnn Rimes is content. Her new record is coming out, her stepchildren call her "mom" and she's happily married. Life is good.
Except ... not really, because she's still harping about how awful things have been.
Champion catfighters LeAnn Rimes and Brandi Glanville have been mighty quiet lately -- so quiet we thought maybe the dust had settled on their continuing feud.
But apparently not, because LeAnn got on twitter Monday (May 20) and fired yet another shot to her purchased devoted followers.
Never ones to let Brandi Glanville enjoy her own very small spotlight of embarrassing reality television, her ex-husband Eddie Cibrian and his current wife LeAnn Rimes want a sitcom about their lives. Starring themselves.
Which is basically just a way to get their own reality show without LeAnn having to disavow the nasty things she once said about how fake such programming is.
With the exception of a minor kerfuffle in February, things have been surprisingly quiet on the LeAnn Rimes/Brandi Glanville home front -- so much so that we thought maybe the women had finally wrung all the press they could out of their messy personal history.
But apparently not. Because it's on again. And this time, LeAnn went for the jugular.