LeAnn Rimes Should Really Consider Living in Reality
"I think everyone's really written my life for me in the last five years -- so skewed and so opposite of the situation. Or they think they know my intentions, so they write those for me. This album was actually something where I felt like I had a voice in my own life again and I was able to tell my truth, not anybody else's skewed version of it."
--LeAnn Rimes discusses how important her new album, Spitfire, was for her to make, also seems to be refusing any semblance of real life.
It's just getting exhausted, isn't it? People don't like LeAnn for actual things that she's done and said in her life. It's not an opinion or a rumor or anything like that: it's fact. There's no possible way that so many people could be talking about something that's "so opposite of the situation," because we know the exact situation, and it's deplorable. Yes, the affair was really bad, but the way that she's acted in the years since, all the catty tweeting and creepiness and things like that "wrecker service" photo, all that shows that she's just not the greatest person in world.
If she's going to keep talking about this, like she's a poor innocent victim in every single aspect of her weird life, then maybe she should at least try getting a clue. It would be a pretty good place to start.