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Monday 27 April 2015

LeAnn Rimes set for reality TV show

LeAnn Rimes is to star in her own reality TV show
LeAnn Rimes is to star in her own reality TV show

LeAnn Rimes and husband Eddie Cibrian are going to open the doors to their home and star in their own reality TV show.

The How Do I Live singer met Eddie, 39, when they starred together in the made-for-TV movie Northern Lights in 2008 and were both married to other partners at the time. They fell for each other and married in 2011.

Now LeAnn, 30, has told People: "We're doing a TV show based on our reality. We'll take things out of our lives and elaborate them and make them funny. People have been laughing at us - we want them to laugh with us!"

She added: "For some reason, everyone is so interested in our lives but they don't actually know about them.

"What they read is what they see. We want to be able to take control of our lives again so we want to do a show about us, about our lives, but scripted."

The couple share custody of Eddie's two children from his first marriage with his ex.

The show has yet to secure a title or network, but the singer revealed they had decided to make the show because they wanted to work together again.

LeAnn said: "That's why we explored the idea of doing the show, to be able to be together."

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