LeAnn Rimes and Eddie Cibrian will soon have their own reality TV show, and just from viewing the first trailer released it's abundantly clear that all they're providing viewers with is more trash. In the trailer they're already bashing Cibrian's ex-wife Brandi Glanville and admitting that when they fell in love they were both married to other people. This will definitely be a show rooted in strong morals--something they should be proud one day for their children to see.
"We were both married to other people…now who we really are is a couple and in love," Cibrian says in the trailer. Rimes goes on to say they're just "trying to figure out how to navigate this family … that's highly publicized."
Part of why it's so 'highly publicized' is because when these two--the stars of LeAnn & Eddie--began their illicit romance, she was married to Dean Sheremet and he was married to the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star. That does not a non-publicized romance make.
— LeAnn And Eddie (@LeAnnEddieVH1) June 3, 2014
The fact that children are involved in this sordid mix that will soon play out on TV adds a trash factor that simply shouldn't be allowed. Eddie Cibrian's sons Mason and Jake are 11 and 7, respectively. Then, of course, there's the notion of LeAnn Rimes bearing children of her own, with Eddie Cibrian, of course.
"Eddie and I have talked about having kids and waiting for the right time. I'm 31 and my mom had fertility issues," Rimes admits, adding, "I know Eddie isn't quite ready but this could be my only opportunity to have a child."
— LeAnn And Eddie (@LeAnnEddieVH1) June 6, 2014
LeAnn Rimes, of course, came on to the music scene as a young teenager with a powerful voice. She delighted fans with songs like 'How Can I Live.' Those who don't subscribe to the notion of reality shows must look at her today and wonder what on earth happened.
— VH1 Music (@VH1Music) June 19, 2014
Trash mongers can rest assured they haven't missed a single moment of LeAnn & Eddie. The show doesn't premiere until July 17th on VH1. Fortunately it doesn't air until 10:30 PM, meaning young, impressionable minds--including Eddie Cibrian's children--will hopefully be safely tucked away in their beds.
The release of this initial trailer for LeAnn Rimes and Eddie Cibrian's upcoming reality TV show begs one question and one question only. Why?
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