Brandi Glanville Says Husband Stealing LeAnn Rimes' New Song 'Crazy Women' Is An Insult To All Women

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Monday, 13 December 2010

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LOS ANGELES - The woman who had her husband stolen by LeAnn Rimes has stated that the hubby thief's latest song titled "Crazy Women" is an insult to all women.

Brandi Glanville, a good-looking, long-haired, long-legged, bosomy blonde said that Rimes is playing games with her latest single which she says probably won't even make it into the Top 40 Chart.

Glanville stated that the song written by the beady eyed Rimes has some of the awfullest notes that she has ever heard except for maybe the Beatles "Yellow Submarine" which Ringo Starr sang.

She added that Rimes even mispronounces some of the lyrics in the song. Rimes was asked to comment and she replied that she pronounced the lyrics exactly as they were written.

She then noted that crybaby Brandi needs to have her hearing checked and while she is at it she should get her tits checked out as well because the left one appears to hang down lower than the right one.

Brandi, whose ex-husband Eddie Cibrian thinks that LeAnn hung the moon, replied that she had heard from one of LeAnn's old boyfriends that her labia majora and labia minora are reversed and that her bikini line is extremely jagged.

In a somewhat related story. Carnie Wilson whose weight has ballooned back up to 300 pounds confided to Barbara Walters that her bikini line has gone from being six inches long to being 12 inches long.

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