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Rimes calls it quits for her marriage

Tuesday, September 1, 2009 – After months of allegations and separation, LeAnn Rimes said Tuesday on her web site that she is getting divorced. Rimes, who is getting divorced from Dean Sheremet, has allegedly been having a relationship with actor Eddie Cibrian.

"After much thoughtful mutual consideration, Deane and I have agreed to move forward with dissolving our marriage," Rimes said on her web site. "This decision was amicable, and we remain committed and caring friends with great admiration for one another. Thank you so much for all of your continued love and support - it is deeply appreciated."

Rimes married Sheremet in 2002, a year after meeting at an awards show at which he was a dancer. She co-starred with Cibrian in the television film "Northern Lights." Rumors have floated for months that the two were having an affair. The two have been seen together golfing.


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CD review - One Christmas Chapter 1 LeAnn Rimes hasn't always been the most consistent album maker over the years, but there's no questioning the quality of her singing. Here gospel-y version of "Silent Night" on this Christmas EP, "One Christmas: Chapter," is truly a thing of beauty. Then when she sings a slow, soulful "Blue Christmas," which features that beautiful yodel in her voice, it should remind you of that wonderful Patsy Cline quality in her early recordings. ...
CD review - Spitfire Say what you will about the vocal chops of today's leading ladies of country - Miranda Lambert, Faith Hill or Martina McBride chief among them - but LeAnn Rimes is hands down, no doubt about it the best female vocalist in country music today. And it will be bordering on a criminal act - thievery of the first order - if she doesn't sweep every award country music has to offer with her latest. For most of the bulk of the new millennium every Rimes album has been a treat. ...


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