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Eddie Cibrian’s Alleged Former Mistress Eager To Become The Next Britney Spears

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Eddie Cibrian’s alleged former mistress, Scheana Marie, reportedly wants to seek fame and fortune as a singer. The one-time waitress recently appeared on the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills spin-off, Vanderpump Rules, to discuss the supposed affair with Brandi Glanville.

Scheana Marie and Brandi Glanville appeared to once and for all put to rest the angst over the supposed affair with Eddie Cibrian. Although the pair of women and not besties, they now appear to be able to run in the same circles without making squinchy eyes at one another.Marie is now regularly appearing on the Bravo spin-off, Realty Tea notes.

As previously reported by The Inquisitr, Marie also allegedly had a brief fling with Cibrian after he separated from Glanville and while he was presumably secretly dating current wife, LeAnn Rimes.

During an interview with Radar Online, Marie stated that although she was initially apprehensive about appearing on the Bravo reality show, she is now focused on a career in the entertainment industry. Scheana had this to say about life after two alleged affairs with Eddie Cibrian:

“This type of show [Vanderpump Rules] was the most perfect thing for me at the time, because it’s not just a reality show, it’s a career-based driven reality show. You’re going to see me in the recording studio and see me on the set of a TV show. Vanderpump Rules is not just a typical reality show where we all try to be famous. We’re trying to make our way to the top, and the cameras are there to capture that.”

The supposed Eddie Cibrian mistress also noted that she does not believe reality shows are looked upon as negatively as they once were. When told that due to her “good looks” she has been compared to a young Britney Spears, Scheana Marie replied that the blonde singer is her role model and that she one day hopes to replicate the pop singer’s success.

Do you think that the burgeoning singer is right and reality television no longer contains a stigma?

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