Relationship drama has been the source of inspiration for countless singers; it looks like the same is true for LeAnn Rimes. The country warbler sat down with People to talk about her new album Spitfire and the affair with Eddie Cibrian (ex-Matt, The Young and the Restless; ex-Cole, Sunset Beach) which led to the breakup of both their marriages. Here's an excerpt:
The songs on her new album Spitfire, out June 4, chronicle the drama and include an apology to her ex-husband Dean Sheremet. "I broke the sweetest heart of the only man that's ever loved me," she laments in "What Have I Done." She shares the experience of being a mistress in "Borrowed" and offers an olive branch to a woman scorned in "Just a Girl Like You", which many will assume is aimed at Cibrian's ex Brandi Glanville.
For those who may have been living under a rock at the time, back in 2009 Cibrian and Rimes got together while filming the Lifetime movie Northern Lights. Both were married, so of course the celebrity news world lapped up the story's twists and turns like kittens in front of a bowl of cream. READ MORE
ABC Family has released a promo for the upcoming Jennifer Lopez-executive produced drama The Fosters. Former Sunset Beach and One Life to Live actress Sherri Saum stars alongside Teri Polo, in the drama which centers on a lesbian, mixed-race couple who are raising a blended family.
Drama ensues when Lena (Saum) decides to raise troubled teenager Callie, despite Stef’s (Polo) skepticism about adding another edition to the family. Watch the promo after the jump!
Former daytime hunk Eddie Cibrian (ex-Cole, Sunset Beach; ex-Matt, The Young and the Restless) has landed a role opposite of Taye Diggs (ex-Adrian, Guiding Light), Nia Long (ex-Kat, Guiding Light) and Terrence Howard in the upcoming Best Man sequel, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
The new movie sees the college friends reunite over the Christmas holiday and discover just how easy it is for long-forgotten rivalries and romances to be ignited READ MORE
No. 15: The Graysons, Revenge
Retribution is a dish best served over the holidays, if you're a member of the Grayson clan on ABC's smash primetime soap Revenge. Blackmail, corporate espionage, insider trading and not-quite-fatal tumbles off balconies could all be on the gourmet menu, but for the chance to break holiday bread with Queen Victoria (Madeleine Stowe), we'd risk it.