News

Leann Rimes says she was bullied in 6th grade

Leann Rimes says she was bullied in 6th grade

Leann Rimes grew up surrounded by bullies who resented her success as a child star. Photo: Associated Press

Leann Rimes can put up with the worst critics throw at her because she grew up surrounded by bullies who resented her success as a child star.

The “Blue” singer has become a target for catty bloggers and Twitter lovers in recent years after her affair with Eddie Cibrian broke up both their marriages, but she insists her youth prepared her for all the negativity.

She explains, “When I was in junior high (school)… a lot of girls can get real mean during the sixth grade year. I used to perform around Dallas, where I lived, a lot and my principal would put something on the bulletin board if I was in the newspaper or something, and there was this clique of girls that did not like it.”

“I had my locker egged, I had a girl bring a knife to school the last day of sixth grade and tried to kill me.”

Recent Headlines

in Entertainment

‘Furious 7′ continues box office domination for 4th week

Fresh
This photo provided by Universal Pictures shows, Vin Diesel as Dom Toretto in a scene from "Furious 7."

"Furious 7" had enough left in the tank to top "The Age of Adaline" and lead the box office for a fourth straight week.

in Lifestyle, National

Gas prices jump 13 cents; could climb further

Fresh
gas

The average national price of a regular gallon of gasoline has jumped in the past two weeks to $2.58.

in Entertainment, Viral Videos

The five stages of watching a Marvel movie

Fresh
15-overlay11

"Oh God, this franchise is never going to end."

in Entertainment

‘Super Troopers 2′ is coming soon

Fresh
supertroopers

Fans of cult comedy have helped producers raise more than double their $2 million crowdsourcing target to fund a follow-up to the 2001 film.

in Entertainment

Usher, Pharrell, Kevin Hart join forces for scholarship initiative

Fresh
20-overlay7

Actor Anthony Anderson, singer Toni Braxton, and NBA star Chris Paul were also among those who contributed to the United Negro College Fund, to help students pursue higher education.