LeAnn Rimes is upset about her busted gums, so she's seeking damages from her dentist. The country singer has filed a lawsuit against Dr. Duane C. McKay for misdiagnosis that led to tooth pain, gum bleeding, a list of mouth surgeries and general misery.
It's not uncommon for celebs to tip off the paparazzi about their whereabouts or their destinations before they arrive. It's a measure of trying to control the snappers -- what images they get, and where. In essence, it helps dictate the kind of press a star gets. Rumor has it that the plethora of i…
LeAnn Rimes stopped by the 'Tonight Show' this to debut 'Borrowed,' also giving show host Jay Leno a rather candid interview about penning the brazen lyrics of the first single from her forthcoming album, 'Spitfire.'
"I feel like I'm starting over, even though I've had all these years behind me," LeAnn Rimes tells Katie Couric in an interview that will air later this week during 'All Access Nashville,' a '20/20' special edition.
Just days after admitting herself into rehab for stress management, LeAnn Rimes has filed a lawsuit with the L.A. County Superior Court against Kimberly and Lexi Smiley, two woman who allegedly recorded a conversation with Rimes in an effort to create a smear campaign against the singer.