Singer-turned-actresshas left rehab early to fulfill her previously-scheduled professional commitments. The 30-yaer-old star left the center just one week after her representative confirmed that she was seeking in-patient treatment for anxiety and stress.
According to reports, LeAnn Rimes left the course, which was supposed to last a month, to perform a number of concerts in the United States this weekend.
According to Daily mail, the country-pop star confirmed the news in a blog post titled “Back At It!,” saying, “I'm on a plane headed to see all my fans in Wisconsin tonight! I'm so ready. I've got a zillion fashion mags, my journal, iPod, water and a butterfingers. I'm all set.”
Although the decision to leave rehab to perform for her fans is surprising, Rimes' publicist revealed that the singer had planned to fulfill her commitments on the weekends and then report back to the treatment center.
After hitting the milestone thirty last month, LeAnn Rimes, who is married to her “Northern Lights” co-star, Eddie Cibrian, admitted that she has recently started craving calorific treats. She continued, “Seems I've developed a sweet tooth after turning 30. If that's all that comes with 30, I think I'm settling in pretty well. So far, the new decade is treating me great!”
Earlier, her representative claimed that LeAnn had checked into rehab to “learn and develop coping mechanisms” for stressful situations. However, a source close to the singer and her husband, Eddie Cibrian, spilled to Us Weekly that she has a fear her spouse will cheat on her.
The insider told the magazine, “LeAnn has had major insecurity issues since she first got together with Eddie. She's been stressed about always being called a home-wrecker and also worried that Eddie is cheating on her. She's been on a downward spiral.”
LeAnn was previously married to backup dancer, Dean Sheremet, but the union ended in 2009 after seven years. The “How Do I Live” hitmaker had a highly-publicized affair with Eddie Cibrian, a father-of-two. Eddie also called it quits with former model Brandi Glanville and he and LeAnn tied the knot last year.
Following LeAnn’s entry into rehab, her childhood mentor, Bill Mack, claimed in an interview that Hollywood has “changed her for the worse.”
“LeAnn is a beautiful girl with an incredible voice, but recently she’s getting attention for all the wrong reasons like breaking up a marriage, eating disorders and now going to rehab,” Bill told MailOnline.
Bill went on to say that the negative media attention is bringing her down, adding, “Going to rehab is an indication that LeAnn cares about herself and others and wants to get her life to a state where she can enjoy all the happiness she deserves. I have all the faith in the world that LeAnn will come back on top and I can’t wait to see her when she does.”