The trailer for LeAnn Rimes and Eddie Cibrian's upcoming reality show, 'LeAnn & Eddie', has just been released. The couple are seen taking swipes at their former partners during the trailer, along with trying to show the side they say the media doesn't portray of the couple.
And after much to-do over the fact that the married duo slams the actor's ex-wife, Brandi Glanville, throughout, viewers can now see the drama unfold for themselves.
A three-minute preview of their new show “LeAnn and Eddie” has hit the web, and in it the country star and actor make mention of their rival, Glanville, more than a handful of times.
A surprisingly candid Cibrian, 40, backs his wife up, “We were both married when we fell in love,” he says. “Was it the best way to start off? Of course not, but it happened.”
The pair attempt to grant spectators an authentic view of their complicated relationship. They’re filmed attending movie premieres, bowling, and lounging around the house. In conversation, they take cheap shots at bloggers, the paparazzi, and their exes.
“Contrary to what some people think—ahem, my ex-wife—I actually do work,” Cibrian quips to the cameras.
At another point he brings her up again saying, “I have no idea what my ex-wife is up to.”
Then Rimes takes a stab at Glanville while chatting with her friends. She’s filmed gossiping about rumors that the “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” star has a drinking problem.
But it's not all about Glanville, either. The show follows the singer as she struggles to decide when to start a family with her hubby.
"Eddie and I have talked about having kids and waiting for the right time. I'm 31 and my mom had fertility issues," Rimes shares.
"I know Eddie isn't quite ready but this could be my only opportunity to have a child."
It’s not clear how Glanville feels about the upcoming reality show which will star Rimes and Cibrian, but the couple talked about it recently and said they have been easy targets for the media ever since news of their affair began to spread.
“We’re both a little dumbfounded by it. They broke the story [of our affair] back in the day, and it’s been a constant feeding frenzy — I guess we’re easy targets,” Rimes said.
Cibrian says the new show will focus on a side of the couple that fans rarely see, and won’t be a drama unlike his wife’s show.
“This [show] will offer a glimpse into our self-depricating, fun side. The tone is very much that of a docu-com — not a docu-soap, where you see a lot of drinking and wine-throwing,” he said.
The couple's reality show premieres July 17 on VH1 at 10:30 p.m.
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