LeAnn Rimes Fires Back at Brandi Glanville’s Insult: Clearly I’m Insane

LeAnn Rimes on "Jimmy Kimmel Live" (ABC)

LeAnn Rimes agrees with Brandi Glanville’s assessment of her. “I am, clearly [insane],” the country singer joked to Jimmy Kimmel during an appearance on “Jimmy Kimmel Live” Tuesday night to promote her upcoming album, Spitfire. “I am, though,” she added.

On Monday night, Glanville told “Watch What Happens Live” host Andy Cohen that she believes the current wife of her ex Eddie Cibrian is “insane.”

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While Rimes claimed she doesn’t watch Glanville’s “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills,” “I do know what’s going on [with the show] because I have to deal with my publicist every Monday,” she said. “I think it’s kind of interesting how it seems one-sided most of the time,” she added. “But then, you know, you just kinda get fed up with people lying about you and you’re like…words, here.”

Rimes and Glanville have been engaged in a war of words on Twitter and in the press over numerous issues, many of which stem from Glanville’s sons with Cibrian, Jake and Mason.

Following Glanville’s comment on Monday night, Rimes took to Twitter to write, ““Wow, the texts from my friend. Kisses and KMA [kiss my ass].”

“I usually don’t engage [with Brandi] but there comes a time when you’re just like, ‘Screw you.’ That’s it, and that’s all you wanna say and you’re like, ‘I’m done with this now,’ for like another three months,” she admitted.

Rimes went on to joke that none of the songs on her new album were specifically written about Glanville. “Most of them are about my life,” she confessed. “Oh yes, I see here on the track listing, ‘Burn in Hell Real Housewives,'” Kimmel deadpanned. “That’s a good one, is that about them?”

Watch Rimes on “Jimmy Kimmel Live” Below:

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