Brandi Glanville's sons won't appear on her ex-husband's new reality TV show. The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star, 40, insisted her boys, Mason, nine, and Jake, six, will not feature on Eddie Cibrian's new series with his wife LeAnn Rimes, which will air on VH1 later this year or in early 2014.
The couple, who first revealed in May that they were developing their own TV series, will star in six half-hour episodes, as they want to take control of the way the public sees them. They were previously said to have decided not to feature Eddie's sons on the show but a press release this week confirmed it would focus on LeAnn's role as a stepmother, "learning how to navigate the co-parenting of Eddie's two sons."
But Brandi clarified on Twitter on Friday morning that their sons will not be on the show. "GM [Good Morning] my fancy kids don't want 2 wake up but they R being picked up by dad 2 go 2 Aspen! Fancy! PS. no they won't be on eddies show #safetravels (Sic)" she wrote.
LeAnn Rimes wants to star in a sitcom. The 30-year-old singer is reportedly shopping around a comedy series based on her real life and hopes to star in the show alongside her actor husband of two years Eddie Cibrian, 39.
"[They] have been shopping around a scripted comedy based on their lives together. They would play versions of themselves, kind of like on Curb Your Enthusiasm," a source said.
The insider also revealed that the couple plan to include a "crazy ex-wife" in the show that will be inspired by Eddie's ex-wife Brandi Glanville, 40, who has had numerous public spats with LeAnn.
But LeAnn and Eddie have decided not to feature his sons with Brandi, Mason, nine, and Jake, six, on the show. "Mason and Jake are not involved. If kids end up being on it, they would be played by actors -- not Eddie's children," the insider added.
Brandi Glanville wants LeAnn Rimes to join the cast of The Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills.
While the pair have been involved in a public and bitter feud over LeAnn's current and Brandi's former husband Eddie Cibrian, Brandi, 40, wants LeAnn to join the reality series in order to make her look better.
"Brandi is a very smart cookie and thinks that if LeAnn were to join the cast, the audience would hate her even more. Brandi loves playing the victim and having LeAnn on the show would allow her to continue in that role as the long-suffering, spurned ex-wife," a source said.
LeAnn Rimes has stepped closer to a job on The X Factor judging panel.
The "Can't Fight The Moonlight" hitmaker - who is believed to be filling one of the spots left vacant by axed judges Paula Abdul and Nicole Scherzinger - reportedly spent all day Wednesday locked in a secret meeting with show chief Nigel Lythgoe.
While fellow X Factor boss Simon Cowell was not present, it was said to be a "great meeting," X17online.com reports.
In addition to her 18 years in the music business, LeAnn brings with her the accolade of being the younger Grammy winner in history at the age of just 14.
While the 29-year-old singer will find out whether she has landed the lucrative gig in the next three weeks, it is also thought troubled star Britney Spears is being lined up to join the panel: "Britney has had a tough few years but this would put her back at the very top. She would be great for the show and it could be great for her. In terms of excitement and intrigue Britney would top them all," an insider said.
Here are some of the TV on DVD options available this Tuesday.
- Ally McBeal (Season 1, Complete Series)
- Blood Ties (Season 2)
- Bones (Season 4)
- A Charlie Brown Christmas **Blu-ray**
- The F Word (Series 3)
- Get Smart (Season 4)
- The Hills (Season 5, Part 1)
- How the Grinch Stole Christmas **Blu-ray**
- Ken Burns: The National Parks - America’s Best Idea
- Lark Rise to Candleford (Season 1)
- Man v. Food (Season 1)
- The Mary Tyler Moore Show (Season 5)
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I guess it’s like they say - there’s no such thing as bad publicity.
Those curious to see LeAnn Rimes and Eddie Cibrian’s on-screen action (we’ve already seen the off-screen version), gave Lifetime its best numbers of the year. Saturday’s premiere of Northern Lights, an adaptation of a Nora Roberts novel, was watched by approximately 4.5 million voyeurs. That’s the largest audience the cable channel has seen for one of its movies in 2009.
According to Us Weekly, the costars - both married - have been engaging in an affair since filming the project last fall. Although Cibrian has denied any wrongdoing, the country singer has only said that this is a “difficult time” for her and her loved ones.
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Tonight’s finales: The Hills, Medium, Samantha Who?, The Bachelor
- American Gladiators (NBC, 8pm): Season Two premiere includes new gladiators (‘Rocket’ and ‘Jet’). Seriously, how intimidating could a smiling Gladiator be?
- Bones (FOX, 8pm): “When the body of an aspiring singer (Ace Young of American Idol) is discovered, Booth and Brennan probe a club’s open-mike night.” Uhh—which one was Ace again?
- Gossip Girl (CW, 8pm): “An embarrassed Serena resurrects some troubling old habits as she continues to hide the truth from Dan.” If he only knew she’d been sharing her jeans with three other girls.
- How I Met Your Mother (CBS, 8:30pm): “Britney Spears returns as Abby, who is now dating Barney.” First Robin Sparkles, now Britney. I’m not sure if that’s a step up or down for Barney.
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