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LeAnn: I love spray tanning

Published 20/08/2015

LeAnn Rimes
LeAnn Rimes

LeAnn Rimes is so obsessed with getting spray tans that she decided to buy her own tanning machine.

The 32-year-old singer is obsessed with staying bronzed. In fact, the stunning blonde admits she recently purchased a machine to ensure she never gets too pale.

“I’m a white girl—seriously, so white—so I spray tan,” LeAnn told IntoTheGloss.com. “James Read has this Tan Accelerator that smells like cinnamon. It’s so good.

“My assistant, Kiki, and I love to spray tan so much, so we finally bought a machine and started to spray each other. The machine is like $500, so we save so much money. We do it once or twice a week. It’s like a car wash.”

LeAnn is no stranger to showing off her figure in skimpy outfits. However, she admitted in the interview that she formerly struggled to wear anything too revealing as she suffers from psoriasis – a condition that caused red, flaky patches on the skin.

“I’ve had really bad psoriasis since I was two,” she said. “You’d never know it now, but I’ve been dealing with it a long time. I had to wear a lot of long pants or jeans and two or three pairs of pantyhose in the summertime. It was a nightmare. I started taking a biologic drug. I take a shot every two weeks, and I hate needles, but that’s what I had to do to get my skin clear.

“I went through every type of treatment known to man. Now, I'm on Humira—it was a shot in the dark, and thank God it worked. I do break out every so often, but I have topical stuff that I put on for that.”

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