LeAnn Rimes and her husband’s, Eddie Cibrian, VH1 reality show, LeAnn & Eddie, has been canceled after just one season.
On January 20, People Magazine confirmed the cancelation.
LeAnn & Eddie premiered its first, eight-episode season in July 2014. At the time, Rimes told the magazine she hoped the reality show would help fans better understand her relationship and marriage to Cibrian.
“The biggest global misconception would be that we’re not two people who are really in love with each other, that there are ulterior motives to our relationship. But people just don’t get it. Hopefully people will get a chance to see how we just click.”
LeAnn Rimes and Eddie Cibrian began their relationship while on the set of Lifetime’s Northern Lights in 2009. Because the pair were both married at the time, Rimes to Dean Shermet and Cibrian to Brandi Glanville, photos of them kissing during a secret dinner date led to quite the media circus. In the months that followed their affair, Shermet filed for divorce, as did Glanville.
“I did one of the most selfish things that I possibly could do, in hurting someone else,” Rimes explained to People Magazine in 2010.
“I take responsibility for everything I’ve done. I hate that people got hurt, but I don’t regret the outcome. It was very emotionally driven. I never once thought what I was doing was okay.”
One year later after their divorces were finalized, LeAnn Rimes and Eddie Cibrian became engaged, and on April 22, 2011, they tied the knot.
Although it has been nearly six years since Rimes and Cibrian’s affair, their drama with Glanville is far from over. In the latest development, as reported by the Inquisitr, Glanville claimed Cibrian took $114k from her retirement fund.
“It’s been five long years since we split, and I would really like the fighting to just stop,” Glanville wrote in her Bravo blog.
“Eddie decided after my second best-selling book Drinking and Dating was released, that he had overpaid me in child support and alimony over the past five years and would like to be reimbursed for the back payments–already spent on rent, food, and clothing to raise our children. Since I didn’t have the cash lying around, he was happy to take it from my tiny retirement fund, a small $114k. I had no choice but to hire a lawyer to fight for my retirement. Although I’m not going to just roll over and let him take my retirement account, I’m also bummed that this fighting continues. One thousand a month in L.A. is kinda sad for a guy who can earn $300k a year only working part time.”
LeAnn Rimes has yet to comment on her show’s cancellation.
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