Brandi Glanville Wanted To Take Eddie Cibrian And Leann Rimes To “Family Therapy”

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Another day, and another post about Brandi Glanville, Eddie Cibrian and of course, Leann Rimes. They make Jennifer Aniston, Brad Pitt, and Angelina Jolie look soooo 2009, don’t they? LOL. When it comes to celebrity news, they are the gift that keeps on giving.

In a new preview from Brandi’s upcoming book, “Drinking and Tweeting, And Other Brandi Blunders,” (which I so cannot WAIT to get my hands on), Brandi says that at one point she tried to get Eddie and Leann to family therapy so they can all become better co-parents. Here’s what she writes:

“Watching my ex-husband standing in front of me, comforting another woman and holding her hand, was probably one of the most surreal moments of my life. It was a strange sensation, because while it was extremely odd, I didn’t feel jealous. I was finally numb to their entire existence. I simply didn’t care. Since I signed away my right to speak, I can’t reveal what was discussed when we finally stepped into the therapist’s office, but I can share that it was an incredibly gratifying and vindicating experience…for me.”

If you ask me, I think this is going to be the juiciest book of the year. After Brandi’s book hits book shelves, everyone is going to be saying, “50 Shades of What?” LOL.

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Comments

  1. Lola says

    LeAnn is just insecure and immature. This POS however, is a vile pig of an attention whore. She needs to just STFU already. I feel for her children with a tacky bitch like this for a mom.

  2. sam says

    Why should Brandi shut up? Leann has been talking since 2009. Didn’t Leann tell Nancy that she couldn’t stop sleeping with a married Eddie because her body wouldn’t let her stop? Leann is an attention whore, not just insecure and immature. Since Leann tweets about Brandi’s kids out of spite, that makes Leann a vile pig and tacky?

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