LEANN RIMES and EDDIE CIBRIAN are now husband and wife. They got married at a private home in Malibu on Friday . . . in front of around 40 guests, including Eddie’s two sons.
–There were rumors this was going to happen, but nobody knew for sure. Even the guests thought they were being invited to an engagement party . . . and weren’t told until AFTER they arrived.
LeAnn wore a gown designed by someone named Reem Acra . . . and the couple exchanged personalized vows. This is the second marriage for both of them.
A while back we mentioned that TAYLOR SWIFT had bought a new house for her parents . . . and one for herself. Well, the one for herself is in Beverly Hills, and it cost $3.5 million. Despite the hefty price tag it only has three bedrooms.
Listing information for Miss Swift’s (alleged) new Tinseltown digs shows the petite and private 1941 clapboard-sided Cape Cod Colonial–sits on multiple parcels that total nearly 1.5 acres. There are 3 bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms in the main house plus a detached one bedroom guest cottage with vaulted ceiling, fireplace and a compact but fully-equipped kitchenette.
How often do you see an audience so moved by a live performance that they’re in tears and honor the performance with a standing ovation almost a full minute prior to the song’s conclusion? If you tuned into the Academy of Country Music’s Girls’ Night Out: Superstar Women of Country last night then that’s exactly what you saw when Carrie Underwood teamed up with Vince Gill for the Christian hymn “How Great Thou Art.”
The entire TV special was filled with great performances but this seems to be the overwhelming fan favorite…
DARIUS RUCKER makes enough money to send his kids to the best private schools available. But that’s not his style. He explains, quote, “I try to keep life simple. I live in Charleston, South Carolina.
–”Our kids go to public school. I don’t want it any other way. When it starts to get any other way, I get really uncomfortable with that. I like to keep it low key.”
–Being simple for Darius also means that HE has a routine his family can count on. He continues, quote, “I try to be home Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays, or three or four days a week when on tour. I like dropping the kids off at school.
–”In the summer, I like going to the pool. I love my kids and love being with my family. That’s why I worked so hard all these years!”