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LeAnn Rimes is reportedly suing her dentist and claims that the botched dental work caused her pain and affected her ability to perform.
The 30-year-old singer filed a lawsuit on Thursday, February 14, E! News reports. She claims the dentist not only misdiagnosed her dental problems, but also gave her veneers that were of "poor shape, size and color," according to the lawsuit obtained by the outlet.
LeAnn Rimes addressed her on-going feud with "Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" star Brandi Glanville, who is also the ex-wife of Rimes' husband Eddie Cibrian, during a recent interview.
The singer appeared on "Jimmy Kimmel Live" on Tuesday, January 22, and it was the talk show host who brought up the recent flare-up in their feud.
LeAnn Rimes is opening up about her highly-publicized affair with actor Eddie Cibrian - through song.
Rimes, 30, recently debuted a new single, "Borrowed," which is off of her 14th studio album "Spitfire." Through the mellow song's lyrics, the songstress opens up about she and Cibrian's forbidden love, which blossomed while the pair were still involved with other people.
Brandi Glanville has acknowledged that it's been difficult losing her husband Eddie Cibrian, and at times her children, to LeAnn Rimes.
"With the situation with [Eddie] and I, it was more like, 'Haha, I won.' And now it's like, 'I won, I have the kids, I have the husband.' But its [like], 'OK, you win, now go make music,'" Glanville told Access Hollywood Live on November 5. "I feel like there's still this, 'I got your family.'"
A tearful LeAnn Rimes recently told Katie Couric that checking herself into rehab to treat stress and anxiety was the best birthday gift she could have ever given herself, mourned her "lost childhood" and opened up about her feelings about her and Eddie Cibrian's infamous cheating scandal.
The 30-year-old singer, a former child star, made on the talk show "Katie" in one of her most revealing and emotional interviews, which aired on Thursday, October 25. Check out 8 highlights from LeAnn Rimes' interview on "Katie."
Pop and country singer LeAnn Rimes, a former teen star who recently completed a rehab stint after dealing with some personal issues, became emotional while opening up to Katie Couric on her talk show "Katie" and told her she now feels she is "starting over."
Rimes, who rose to fame with the 1997 single "How Do I Live," began a 30-day voluntary inpatient treatment program in late August, a day after her 30th birthday, to treat anxiety and stress.
LeAnn Rimes had an unfortunately rough weekend.
Rimes, 30, Tweeted that she was recovering following a massive bacterial infection, forcing her to reschedule one of her tour dates.
LeAnn Rimes delivered her first live performance on Friday night, since entering a treatment program for stress and anxiety issues.
The country singer performed in Eau Claire, Wisconsin on September 7 and reportedly told the audience, "I'm pissed off at a lot of things, and I just can't say it. So it comes out in the music."
LeAnn Rimes filed a $25,000 lawsuit against two women who she claims illegally tape-recorded her during a phone conversation.
The lawsuit, which was filed in Los Angeles Superior Court on August 30, claims that Kimberly and Lexi Smiley "conspired to spitefully ensure that out-of-context excerpts of that recording would be disseminated to the public... in an effort to portray Ms. Rimes in an egregiously false and negative light and cause her emotional distress," according to the Associated Press.
LeAnn Rimes has entered a treatment facility for anxiety and stress, her rep denied that her client is being treated for an eating disorder or substance abuse.
"LeAnn has voluntarily entered a 30 day in-patient treatment facility to cope with anxiety and stress," her rep Marcel Pariseau told People magazine. "While there will be speculation regarding her treatment, she is simply there to learn and develop coping mechanisms. While privacy isn't expected, it's certainly appreciated."