Carrie Underwood is reportedly 'disgusted' with LeAnn Rimes
Carrie Underwood is one of the nicest women in showbiz, so to think that she said anything nasty about someone else is rather unbelievable. However, new claims suggest that there is a fellow singer who she really, really doesn't like.
According to The Hollywood Gossip, sources have revealed that although the "Jesus Take the Wheel" hit maker is a total sweetheart, if you get on her bad side then watch out. And one person who is reportedly on her bad side is LeAnn Rimes.
The site reports that sources claim that the singers have been engaged in a feud since 2006, when Rimes apparently told the press, "To see someone come in and win Female Vocalist that has been here for a very short time is a little disheartening," after Underwood won Female Vocalist of the Year at the CMAs in 2006.
And although the dis happened during the early stages of Underwood's career, sources claim that she has not forgiven and forgotten. In fact, she reportedly asked for her dressing room to be moved away from Rimes' when they were recently filming the CMA Country Christmas Special.
"LeAnn's remarks were a slap in the face," a source close to Underwood said, according to The Hollywood Gossip. "She's waited eight years for an apology and has never received one. Carrie holds grudges."
The dis is not the only thing that Underwood supposedly dislikes about Rimes, though. Like most of the world, Underwood reportedly doesn't like Rimes because of her affair with her now-husband Eddie Cibrian.
"Carrie was disgusted and couldn't believe she'd destroy a marriage," the source claims. "She is very religious and thinks that LeAnn's appalling home-wrecking confirmed everything she'd suspected in the first place."
It does seem rather strange to think that Underwood would ever have said anything nasty about anyone and she does not appear to be a person who would pass judgment or hold grudges. However, perhaps because Underwood has such strong morals and is such a nice person, Rimes just rubs her up the wrong way.