LeAnn Rimes has admitted to fears that Eddie Cibrian will cheat on her. He did it to ex-wife, “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” star, Brandi Glanville before marrying Rimes. Any woman knows that if a man cheated once, he’s more likely to do it again. Rimes and Cibrian are so honest with each other, that he told her that he also worries he could cheat again. How reassuring is that for a marriage?
In an Entertainment Tonight interview, Rimes opened up about her worries of being cheated on, why, and the public image issues she has.
When it came to the cheating, Rimes said this:
“Speaking for him, I would actually say that’s creeped into his [mind]…I think we’ve been very honest and open with that to each other and our conversations about it have only made me understand how much he actually cares, as much as I do, about being faithful to each other.”
What about her upcoming album “Spitfire”? There have been rumors that she wrote the songs during her affair with Cibrian, but she said many of the tracks were written about a friend. She maintains that some of what came out was in her “subconscious.”
“‘What Have I Done’ is one of the first songs that I wrote for the record, before anything was actually starting to happen,” Rimes said. “It was written about a friend of mine, but I didn’t realize I was writing it for myself at the time… It was my subconscious talking and I didn’t know yet.”
Rimes said her ex-husband, Dean Sheremet, suspected there was more to the lyrics to some of her music in that album. He knew she was “feeling feelings.”
In rehab last summer, the country superstar confessed that a part of her was worried she would kill herself.
“I think any smart person would know that it is always a possibility that you could always get that sad and deep,” she said. “I worried that was a possibility [but] I know I would never.”
Rimes added that seeing so many things written about her got to her. Besides the cheating fears she struggles with, she has a hard time asking for anyone’s sympathy.
The singer went on to say, “I think when you see all these things written about you and what people are speculating you want to go, ‘This is why’ and it’s just as simple and as complicated as I need to go learn how deal with myself and with the world because everyone is always looking in and I needed to figure out how to deal with it.”