LeAnn Rimes Haircut, Debut Bangs On Twitter Ahead Grammys 2013
LeAnn Rimes got a new haircut and debuted it to almost 400,000 followers on Twitter on Saturday.
LeAnn Rimes got a new haircut and debuted it to almost 400,000 followers on Twitter on Saturday. The blonde country star tweeted a photo of herself sitting in her hair salon chair smiling with new trimmed bangs in front.
Rimes complimented her hairstylist in the photo caption.
"Love my Andy Lacompte! I got banged," Rimes tweeted. "Love em! Was time for a fun change."
Rimes, 30, performed at a pre-Grammy event just two days prior to getting a new haircut. She walked the red carpet and sang at the 15th Annual Grammy Foundation Music Preservation Projects: Play It Forward A Celebration Of Music's Evolution And Influencers, at the Saban Theatre on Thursday, Feb. 7.
The How Do I Live singer shared the news on Twitter.
"Singing 'Summertime' w/ Kenny Wayne Shepherd and a bad ass band for the 'Play It Forward' Grammy Foundation show!"
"Tonight, 'Play It Forward' for the Grammy Foundation kicked serious ass!!!" she wrote later. "I adore Kenny Wayne Shepherd It felt soooo good to just sang!"
Rimes gave herself a makeover several days before her nemesis Brandi Glaville will release a memoir about her ex-husband, Eddie Cibrian, who left her for Rimes.
Glanville, 41, will release a tell-all, Drinking and Tweeting and other Brandi Blunders that will discuss details of Cibrian's affairs during her marriage to him and his cheating ways.
Drinking and Tweeting and other Brandi Blunders will arrive in bookstores on Tuesday, Feb. 12.
According to a report, Rimes is reportedly "losing it" over the release of the book.
"This is bringing out LeAnn's nagging fears about Eddie that one woman isn't enough," insider told Radar Online. "Does it bother her? Of course - no woman would want to read these things about her husband," an "But she knows that Eddie loves her and she's secure in that ... LeAnn desperately wants to believe him. If they don't last, she looks like the biggest loser in the world."