Brandi Glanville appears to be attempting to bury the hatchet when it comes to her ongoing feud with her arch nemesis—and for once, she’s not aiming for the back of her skull.

The 42-year-old took to Twitter following Tuesday’s horrific plane crash in the French Alps, showing off her “zen” attitude and new “love” for husband stealer LeAnn Rimes.

“After today’s air tragedy, I was on a plane taking off saying my ‘flight prayer’ I never took my ex out of it and today I added his wife” she tweeted, adding #PROGRESS

#PROGRESS indeed!

As Popdust previously reported, Glanville and Rimes have been engaged in a very public battle of the bitches ever since that pesky time Leann hooked up with Brandi's then-husband—and father of her two sons—Eddie Cibrian.

Rimes and Cibrian met on the set of the 2009 Lifetime movie, Northern LightsLeAnn was also married at the time, to back-up dancer Dean Sheremet.

The 32-year-old has spent the last six years attempting to tear down the home wrecker label she subsequently earned—with mixed levels of success.

“What happened is not who I am, period,” Rimes told Robin Roberts during an All Access Nashville special back in 2010. “But I know how much I love him. I’ve always said I don’t live my life with regret. I can’t.”

“It happens every day to so many people,” she continued. “And if I take away my album sales, my words… you have just another couple. You had two couples whose marriages didn’t work who really stumbled upon each other and fell in love. I can’t change [critics’] minds. Nothing I’m going to say is going to change it. I do know that and I have accepted that.”

Rimes has continued to attempt to prove hers and Eddie’s love is the real deal throughout a barrage of cringe-inducing tweets, way way TMI interviews—and, very best, IE: most cringe-inducing of all—the couple’s fabulous train wreck reality TV show extravaganza, LeAnn and Eddie.

Meanwhile, Brandi has pretty much drunk and snarked her way through the pain—all while penning a best selling book, appropriately titled, Drinking and Tweeting, and proving her bad boss bitch credentials as the girl everyone loves to hate on Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.

LeAnn Rimes and Eddie Cibrian's horrifically bad VH1 reality show LeAnn & Eddie has been cancelled after just one season.

This news is surprising to absolutely nobody who actually watched the show (which we very kindly recapped for you).

The entire eight-episode circus consisted of the gruesome twosome obsessing endlessly over Brandi Glanville, who is currently on the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills and Celebrity Apprentice, plus she wrote two best selling books...


We'd like to just to remind everyone LeAnn once said she would NEVER do a reality show, because she is such a special little butterfly with a "real" career. And then she made one (because Brandi did, and LeAnn MUST do everything Brandi does) and it was SO SO SO awful and awkward and embarrassing and probably did more to hurt both their images than any amount of homewrecking did...

This is how Eddie justified making that trainwreck of a show:

"Ultimately, we wanted to do a show and I think that this format and this genre, unscripted, gave us an opportunity to do something fun and work together. What's really real about the show is our relationship juxtaposed by everything the public reads and is fed by the tabloids…ultimately, this is a comedy and that's how we go about our life as well, is we laugh and it really helps."

Nobody was laughing WITH you, dude.

Well, that’s all folks. The first season of LeAnn and Eddie has come to an end, and it couldn’t have ended in a more disgusting/predictable way.

LeAnn Rimes and Eddie Cibrian take his parents and her mom and stepdad to Hawaii for a family vacay. As soon as they get to the hotel, things start going awry. They are all staying in a three bedroom suite and the parents hijack both rooms with an ocean view, leaving LeAnn and Eddie with two single beds and a parking lot view. Do they actually expect us to believe this crap?

The next day, everyone is discussing what the plan is for the day. LeAnn and Eddie pretty much want to lay on their asses and relax, but the parents want to do actual Hawaiian vacation shit. But before they even get started making plans, LeAnn’s mom blurts out that she’s having a virgin Piña Colada because she doesn’t drink alcohol and she never ran around on her husbands. HUH?!? Was that a major dig at your daughter, because if so that’s freaking HILARIOUS!

Later Eddie announces to the parents that LeAnn’s off birth control, but they’re not necessarily actively trying. This is apparently news to LeAnn as is evident by the evil death stare she gives him. What LeAnn doesn’t seem to realize is that Eddie’s already made two kids, so he’s well aware that the timing of sex is key. From the sounds of it Eddie thinks they were having sexy time when the baby rides were closed.

Anyway they all decide to go paddle boarding and then cage swimming with sharks, both of which LeAnn is not excited about. At lunch while Eddie is in the bathroom, LeAnn reveals to the group that she’s nauseous, her boobs hurt, and her period’s late…but not to tell Eddie because he doesn’t know. Seriously? You just told your step dad and father in law you might be pregnant before you told your husband? Are you drunk?

The next day while the parents are out secretly buying pregnancy tests, LeAnn and Eddie get some alone time horseback riding. She questions him about whether or not he’s really ready to have a baby, and he literally doesn’t answer for what seems like an eternity. Eventually he says that of course he can’t wait to have a baby with her even if it’s now. He might be a better actor than we all think.

They also discuss how “Crazy” (Brandi Glanville) is going to react when they have a baby. Umm, probably not well! And also, Brandi sure does come up a lot in a show that’s only supposed to be about the two of them. LeAnn is also worried about having a blended family and making sure all the kids get along and love each other. #AdulterousStepmomProblems

Back at the hotel, as the entire family is gathered around the table, LeAnn pees into a wine glass to take the pregnancy test. A WINE GLASS, PEOPLE. Surprise, surprise it turns out she’s not pregnant. Eddie seems relieved and apparently so is LeAnn who’s happy she can now go drink. Be sure to wash that glass first.

What did you think of LeAnn and Eddie’s season finale? Sound off in the comments below!

LeAnn and Eddie is like the modern day reality TV version of I Love Lucy--a hot husband and a crazy wife always getting into trouble with her best friend.

It turns out LeAnn Rimes is designing a line of clear, security safe handbags. First of all, there's not a whole lot to design's clear. Secondly, who wants to walk around showing the entire world their shit. Is it really that much of an inconvenience to let a security guard do a split second check into your bag? Apparently LeAnn's answer is yes.

Anyway, she and her friend Liz come up with an idea to use the paparazzi for publicity and they stuff the bag full of the trashiest stuff imaginable, including a giant dildo. While at lunch pulling this publicity stunt, they run into a friend named Stephanie who is very involved at the kid's school. LeAnn is mortified that Stephanie will think badly of her because of the shit in her purse, and her suspicions seemed to be right when Stephanie called to cancel a playdate with Eddie Cibrian's kids. Later LeAnn finds out that the reason Stephanie canceled the playdate was because she had morning sickness. She really couldn't care less about the big silicone penis in her bag and all is right in LeAnn's world.

Well, except for the fact that she left Eddie to design his own media room/man cave. That's right their entire house Eddie gets to make some design decisions for one whole room! That's a nice long leash you're on there, Eddie. He was getting a little pissed that LeAnn didn't take any of his advice when decorating the house, so he intentionally tried to make the room look hideous. His plan worked because that room was AWFUL. We're talking elephant butt chairs and wiener dog bookends. When LeAnn walked in, she was underwhelmed to say the least but she actually didn't raise as much hell as you'd expect. Eddie eventually decorated the room for real (with the help of an interior decorator) and it turned out very 'Malibu Househusband.'

What did you think of LeAnn and Eddie? Sound off in the comments below!

LeAnn Rimes (the human equivalent of a Filet-O-Fish found underneath the backseat of a rental car after a three-month road trip), has truly outdone herself this year in her continued campaign to be the most disgusting person on Earth.

People who already knew she was a complete nutbag simply had their opinions confirmed, while those previously unsure watched ten seconds of LeAnn and Eddie and wept.

Anyway, LeAnn and her unemployed idiot of a husband, Eddie Cibrian, appeared on Joan Rivers' In Bed With Joan and proceeded to tell the story of how she lost her virginity at 16 to whatever poor bastard was her boyfriend at the time.

"I think I raped him," said the classiest lady in country music.



The immediate thought that comes to mind after hearing that is so obvious (and accurate) we won't say it... Just watch the video. Ahem.



LeAnn and Eddie might just be the best of the worst shows on tv because you can literally just shut your brain off for 30 minutes, sit back and enjoy watching these two thespians act like they’re not acting.

This week, LeAnn Rimes goes to lunch with her on again, off again mother and they get on the topic of fertility. LeAnn starts to worry that since she’s 31 and since her mom had fertility problems maybe she does too, so she decides to tell Eddie Cibrian that she scheduled an appointment with a fertility specialist. But wait, there’s a fly in the cocktail! Leann also scheduled a doggy therapy session for the pooches, so Eddie  unenthusiastically volunteers to do therapy with them.

The doggy therapist lady is a piece of work who, according to her, Oprah calls a “life coach for dogs.” Gag. Really, you’re not there for two minutes and already you’re namedropping Oprah?! Anyway, she says that the dogs are stressed out and she basically teaches Eddie how to calm the dogs down by giving them treats. Bravo!!!!!! You figured out that dogs like treats. Absolutely genius.

Meanwhile across town, LeAnn sits down with the fertility doctor who tells her that women begin having fertility problems as early as their late 20s. Well that’s fucking depressing. She decides to have every fertility test under the sun done, then has to wait a few days for the results.  To help pass the time, she takes a hip hop class with her friend Liz, who confides that when she was trying to get pregnant she had an early miscarriage. So now not only is LeAnn worried about getting pregnant, but also losing the baby once she is pregnant.

Eventually, LeAnn gets a call from the doctor and finds out that her AMH level (how many eggs she has left) is on the lower side of normal and that she and Eddie shouldn’t put off having kids much longer. Leann suggests to Eddie that maybe she should go off birth control…SCREEEEEEECH!!! Somebody pump the brakes because Eddie is clearly not down. “How long does it take for birth control to get out of your system,” he asked. Uhhhh, not 5 years Eddie. LeAnn makes a good point saying she’d be more pissed off about not being able to have a baby than having it too early, and Eddie agrees that they can start trying. ATTENTION AMERICA: LEANN AND EDDIE ARE OFF BIRTH CONTROL! YOU HAVE BEEN WARNED.

What did you think of this week’s LeAnn and Eddie? Sound off in the comments below!