VH1 tried to convince us that we care about LeAnn and Eddie. “LeAnn Rimes and Eddie Cibrian have both been famous in their own right for years, but it was not until they were a couple that the tabloids became enamored with their every move. Their show will bring the truth and make fun of all the gossip.”
The ratings proved VH1 wrong. Most of us don’t care about LeAnn and Eddie beyond their cheating scandal that gifted us Brandi Glanville. We only want to know where we can return her. She’s overstayed her welcome.
Eddie and LeAnn recently shared their Do’s and Don’ts of Reality TV with the world. I guess one does not need actual viewers to become an expert, because only 374,000 watched the premiere of LeAnn & Eddie. But, hey! Famewhores everywhere thank them for the survival list!
When asked why they chose to do a reality show, LeAnn shared, “We wanted to be home with the kids. That is one of the reasons we explored this whole world. This is us taking our lives back, in a way.” Translation: reality TV is easy money for very little work or effort.
Brandi feels she has grounds because in the couple's divorce settlement there was a clause that states the exes can't publicly trash talk each other. Which is where the hilarious irony comes in, because Brandi has made a CAREER of publicly trash talkingEddie and LeAnn. She's done it on her reality show Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, on talk shows, in the press, on twitter, in the media, in two books, in her podcast – really anywhere. I mean if Brandi couldn't publicly trash talk her ex and his new wife, she wouldn't actually have anything to say and might as well be mute!