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LeAnn Rimes & Eddie Cibrian: Shopping Sweeties!

LeAnn Rimes & Eddie Cibrian: Shopping Sweeties!

LeAnn Rimes and her hubby Eddie Cibrian do some shopping at The Grove on Tuesday (September 20) in Los Angeles.

The 29-year-old singer shopped solo at Splendid, picking out clothes for her step children Mason and Jake, while her hubby made an appearance on Extra to discuss his new show The Playboy Club. Eddie also did an interview at the Playboy Mansion!

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“Going to work w/ my love this morning. Gonna stand on the side lines & watch him do two interviews… at the Playboy Mansion!” LeAnn tweeted.

Also pictured inside: Eddie arriving for a flight at LAX Airport on Saturday (September 17).

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86 Responses to “LeAnn Rimes & Eddie Cibrian: Shopping Sweeties!”

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  1. 1
    White Swan Says:


  2. 2
    LadyB Says:

    Must say I loved him on The Playboy Club last night. He plays the character well. Wow, who knew he could play a Don Draper kind character really well. I hope the show does really well. If not, the show won’t be bad on cable TV also.

  3. 3
    Laura Says:

    This guy is sooo good looking! His wife…. Ehhh

  4. 4
    Nani Says:

    Can’t understand why they keep showing up on this website.
    They are both nobodies who haven’t done anything of interest in 8 years or more…..

  5. 5
    KARMA Says:

    I see Jared forgot to mention that his show bombed big time..worse than fact this was NBC worst numbers for a series premiere in decades..Yikes..methinks the show will be cancelled soon…leann should have stopped tweeting her dumb stuff bragging and trying to put down brandi..i believe she tweeted its good to see a real scripted show.. i predict wewes album will be the next to bomb..KARMA..america can handle cheaters, but when you rub that stuff in ppls face, not cool

  6. 6
    jj Says:

    the only person that cares about them is Jared

  7. 7
    Mich Says:

    Every freakin’ time I come to JJ I have to see these famewhores?! Go away!

  8. 8
    Al Says:

    She’s always near… he doesn’t cheat. Home wrecker.

  9. 9
    Val Says:

    His show bombed, it won’t last. Just like their fake marriage.

  10. 10
    gwen Says:

    LeAnn Rimes & Eddie Cibrian: Shopping Famewhores, opps I mean Sweeties!

    Wow, another staged photo-op? Who didn’t see this one coming? WEWE indirectly/indirectly tweets her location and then photos of her and EC start appearing on her mouthpieces sites.

    Shopping, it’s more like FAMEWHORING.

    WEWE shopped for her stepsons or being the famewhore that WEWE is she decided to use this as a moment to pimp out EC kids? So now WEWE is shilling kids clothes for Splendid? So are we going to see EC sons in those clothes on Fri-Sun when WEWE pimps them out for her album release?

    Sweeties? Why? Because they smile? Hold hands? Dress a like? EC is flashing his wedding band? Didn’t they do all of this when they claimed to be so uphappy with their previous spouses?

    Why is JJ and HW gossip site STILL trying to convince us that WEWE and EC are in love when ECis the very same man who pimps out his kids for a concert to Adele or expensive trip? If EC could so careless pimp out his own kids then we know that EC doesn’t love WEWE.

    HAHA. She calls what EC is doing work? Of course it is, it takes a lot of WORK to play the devoted hubby without getting EC all liquored up first.

    Thanks for making it obvious that WEWE is tipping off the paps. And then EC just can’t understand why the paps follow them? Your wife is calling them into action.

    BTW, why is EC doing the majority of promotion for PBC? If this show is about women’s empowerment, why are we seeing so much of EC and WEWE?

  11. 11
    gwen Says:

    LeAnn Rimes and Eddie Cibrian Love the Cameras — Are They the New Heidi and Spencer?

    Heidi Montag and Spencer Pratt have been the reigning King and Queen of ridiculously staged photo ops for the past few years, though there may be some new competition on the scene. LeAnn Rimes and Eddie Cibrian seem to share Heidi and Spencer’s flair for drama, posing for a serious engagement shoot and silly bikini beach strolls. Also like Heidi and Spencer, LeAnn and Eddie just love to share PDA in some of the most unusual places. Considering all of LeAnn and Eddie’s recent camera time, we’d like to know what you think — are LeAnn and Eddie the new Heidi and Spencer?

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    gwen Says:

    From IMDb Fall TV Preview 2011 article for The Playboy Club:

    Why We’re Excited: The costumes look great, and the music is enjoyable. But really, what we can’t wait for is the inevitable “Saturday Night Live” skit this thing is bound to inspire.

    Why We’re Not: If you ever wanted to know what Don Draper would sound like if he were shallow and dull, close your eyes and watch this pilot. Cibrian channels the “Mad Men” vibe so poorly it may cause pain to watch – or listen – to him in action. Worse is the conflicting message the show itself attempts to foist on viewers. The pitch is that being a Bunny affords a level of freedom and financial gain that women of this era coveted, but in the same token, whenever a female character gets into a bind, she gets a man to dig her out. Even if you don’t care about any of that, it’s hard to look past the utter stupidity of the dialogue and the one-dimensional characters. Gloria Steinem is calling for a boycott of the show, as is the Parents Television Council. And the NBC affiliate in Salt Lake City, KSL, has announced that it won’t air it. But people should not refrain from watching it because Steinem and these organizations have urged us to do so. Rather, ignore “The Playboy Club” because you have better things to do than stare at the season’s dumbest bunny.

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    gwen Says:

    The 5 Most Annoying Celebrity Couples of 2011

    Less is more when it comes to celebrity couples. When stars focus on their personal relationships in private, it’s better for their image than mugging for the paparazzi 24/7.

    There are celebrity couples we love, but who are celebrity couples of 2011 we love to hate? Here are the top 5.

    4. LeAnn Rimes and Eddie Cibrian

    Eddie Cibrian leaves all the talking to his country singing wife who loves to hop on Twitter and remind all the haters, who chastised her and Eddie for being cheaters, how happy and in love she is as Mrs. Cibrian. We even get plenty of pics of the skinny stepmom in skimpy bathing suits prancing down the beach with her man.

    “I love me the way I am & I don’t care what jealous people think,” tweets Rimes.

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    gwen Says:

    This is what one article had to say about the Playboy Club(I didn’t post the entire article, just portions from it):

    You’ll only watch ‘Playboy’ for the pictures by LR(Chicago Sun Times)

    “But let’s face it: No one’s going to mistake “The Playboy Club” for a Ken Burns documentary. It’s a prime-time soap opera whose saving grace is lots of eye candy, captivating production design and some stellar singing courtesy of regular cast members including Tony Award-winning Laura Benanti, who plays aging “bunny mother” Carol-Lynne.”

    “The crime plot isn’t the only element lacking originality and depth. Many of the characters feel all too familiar,”

    “The bottom line is this isn’t a show you tune into for sophisticated narrative, innovative plot twists and complex characters. It’s a sexy, soapy period drama that’s as fluffy as the tails on its buxom stars’ backsides. Just like Hef’s famous magazine, the main appeal of “The Playboy Club” is the way it looks, not the stories it tells.”

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    gwen Says:

    This is from the Hollywood reporter by TG:

    Fall’s Troubled Dramas

    “It’s hard to imagine there’s still an allure to the ’60s Playboy Club swingin’ lifestyle, but if there is, Playboy Club hasn’t illuminated it. Sure, it was a great party and you could make great tips (”I make more than my father,” says one Bunny), but in attempting to show that it wasn’t all glamour inside (a fair assumption and one the writers should be given credit for noting), the show undercuts what it seems to be trying hard to sell: that the club was a place for female empowerment.”

    But let’s not digress. The real woes of Playboy Club lie within its status as a Mad Men also-ran. Casting Eddie Cibrian as the lead only muddies the water because every time you look at him and every time he utters a line, it’s a second-rate Don Draper you see and hear.

    “But the souped-up premise doesn’t save the writing. A bartender at the club is annoyed that his Bunny girlfriend — who has no interest in marrying him because she’s having too much fun — gets hit on all the time by lecherous men. He complains to the general manager, Billy (David Krumholtz, trying his hand at drama instead of comedy). Billy says he had the same problem with his Bunny girlfriend: “Yeah, that’s why I married her — got her pregnant and ugly.”

    See — empowerment.

    Then there’s this: “A girl can’t be a Bunny forever,” says Hef’s first Bunny hire, Carol Lynne (Laura Benanti, the best thing going for the show). So she becomes — no kidding — the “Bunny Mother,” in charge of whipping the girls into shape and, um, empowering them somehow.

    The whole thing quickly becomes hokey and a grind. Blame goes consistently to the writing, from one Bunny reiterating how awesome Nick is — up to and including the rumor that he has a big ***** — to another Bunny scolding an allegedly prudish married Bunny by saying she waves her wedding ring around “like a man could get electrocuted if he so much as glances in the region of your kitty cat.”

    Oooh, edgy, NBC.

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    gwen Says:

    This is from the SF Chronicle by DW:

    “The NBC take on the scene, which premieres Monday, is pure melodrama that even potboiler author Fannie Hurst would have rejected as obvious. We have all the predictable stock characters in over-thought but cliched situations:”

    The cast is appealing enough, as one would expect, but the performances are mostly wooden, largely because the writing is so uninspired – even Dame Judi Dench couldn’t make these lines come alive, but it might be intriguing to see her try. Worse, the premiere episode is paced like one of those middle-of-the-night religious shows where old guys read Scripture to you.”

    “The show may do well for a while – it is, after all, “The Playboy Club” – and recent but misplaced pre-broadcast outrage from parent groups, Gloria Steinem and others about the show will only make viewers more curious about it. But it’ll be interesting to see if that curiosity will actually sustain the show in the long run.”

    “Chad Hodge’s script is not only obvious but rather shallow. There’s virtually no character development beyond what you might find on a storyboard. The problem isn’t quite as noticeable in secondary characters, but it sticks out like a bunny tail on some of the major characters, particularly Heard’s Maureen. ”

    “That point of view is sad, of course, but unless the writing of the show improves exponentially, it may not be around long enough for us to remember the characters’ first names, much less learn their last.”

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    gwen Says:

    From TV guide via Seattle pi:

    “Jeers to Eddie Cibrian for exposing his acting shortcomings on The Playboy Club. ”

    “The role of Nick Dalton – a politically ambitious Chicago attorney with gangland ties on NBC’s overheated period drama – requires an actor with a Jon Hamm-esque heft. Cibrian, who’s arguably better known for his tabloid-magnet romance with LeAnn Rimes than his work on previous Monday-at-10 pm dramas like CSI: Miami, Third Watch, and Chase, is more like a ham-and-cheese sandwich.”

  18. 18
    gwen Says:

    From NPR

    ‘The Playboy Club’: Don’t Skip It For Women, Skip It For Humankind

    “Cibrian is playing a watered-down Don Draper, not in the “vaguely inspired by” sense, but in the sense that, particularly in a scene he plays with David Krumholtz as the club manager, he sounds like he’s hosting Saturday Night Live and he’s in the Mad Men sketch. It is mimicry to a distracting degree. But Nick isn’t interesting, Cibrian isn’t Jon Hamm, and the clumsy effort to make him noble by adding a plotline where he’s a crusading civil rights attorney is futile, to say the least.”

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    Kelly Says:

    I don’t hate either of them to be honest but find it funny that there is no mention that his show totally bombed. It has been all over the internet on almost every entertainment site. Why not here? It was described as completely dismal in one article and his performance was viciously panned. I guess when you pay to be on a site constantly, you get to have what you want printed about yourself. Unfortunately, no amount of positively slanted photo ops on JJ can change the fact that the trajectory of The Playboy Club is one of crashing and burning. They are predicting it will be one of the fist cancellations, if not the first. I guess the move to Chicago was a bit premature. Oh well, I guess that’s showbiz.

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    Hope4U Says:


    He is nothing more than a zlister actor. Loser!

  21. 21
    Hope4U Says:


    Well said! They have done something..cheated on their spouses and that is what they will always be remembered moral code.

  22. 22
    countrygirl Says:

    what is wrong with you!?! look at how much TIME you spend on these two.
    YOU ARE OBSESSED WITH THEM!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  23. 23
    Hope4U Says:

    @countrygirl: what is wrong wtih you!?! look how much TIME you spend stalking GWEN. YOU ARE OBSESSED WITH HER!

    As for Just much did Leann horseface pay you to remove two of my posts?

  24. 24
    gomba Says:

    @gwen: sadly no matter how much u post she wont go away! :( see? u even posted what she wrote on twitter: “I love me the way I am & I don’t care what jealous people think”!!! she doesnt see that she is a pain in the ass but thinks the whole world is just jealous of her!!! what a load of crappp. ull see when the world ends she and the cockroaches will survive!!! :D

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    Hope4U Says:

    Leann’s tour manager tweeting..I guess we know who is behind the mean tweets about Brandi..clearly his writing style says it all..
    Bradley Moore you are yes man who has no moral code either..douchebag.

    ontheroadwith Bradley Moore
    Saw a commercial where a drunk ***** lies about her ex-husband. Hard 2 take someone seriously whose face doesn’t move. And…so not true.

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