Kiss Passionately Amid Split Rumors
LeAnn Rimes and Eddie Cibrian made sure that rumors about trouble in paradise were squashed when they kissed on the red carpet Tuesday night.
Rumors have been flying high that LeAnn Rimes and her husband Eddie Cibrian are headed for splitsville. But the pair was quick to show fans that they're still going strong when they passionately kissed as they posed for photos on the red carpet.
The couple looked nothing but amorously happy as they attended Cibrian's premiere for his latest movie, The Best Man Holiday, at the TCL Chinese Theatre. Looking like two teenagers at the prom, Rimes and Cibrian repeatedly lip-locked for the cameras, giving each other non-stop tongue kisses for all to see.
Recent reports have claimed that Cibrian was unfaithful to Rimes and that the infamous pair was getting close to divorce. But they were sure to show the world things couldn't be better for the headline-making pair.
"They've been laughing off rumors of his infidelity," an insider told Us Weekly. "They really don't take all the reports too seriously and have been doing fine."
Cibrian's rep also debunked the rumors saying they were all "completely untrue," and lambasted Star magazine because it "dreams up these stories and then prints lies as possible truth."
Additionally, Cibrian himself addressed the divorce and affair rumors. telling Entertainment Tonight that they're "just absurd, and to give any validity to any of these things, it's crazy."
Meanwhile, the controversial pair has been gearing up for their new VH1 reality show, currently titled LeAnn & Eddie, which is based on their lives. "We have such a great marriage — very functional — we just decided to do a show and screw that all up," Cibrian joked to ET.
Rimes and Cibrian made huge news back in 2009 when the actor cheated on his then-wife Brandi Glanville with the country star, who was also married. He then famously divorced Glanville and shortly after married Rimes, who had also split from her husband, Dean Sheremet, causing a rift between the two women that still goes on to this day.
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