Not Everything Is Bigger In Texas

April 5, 2011 / Posted by:

Looking like if Zelda from Pet Sematary went blonde, LeAnn Rimes sang out the National Anthem at the NCAA championships in Houston, TX last night. LeAnn hit all the notes even though hos from the stands kept trying to throw hot dogs, nachos, peanuts and whatnot into her mouth hole when she opened it. Because well, LeAnn is skinnier than the wedding band she broke while giving Eddie Cibrian a handjob during the early days of their true love affair.

UsWeekly says that LeAnn’s friends are telling her to slow down with the whole “losing weight” thing before she’s nothing but nostrils, biceps and leg bones. But LeAnn still insists she’s completely healthy and once again jumped on Twitter to defend herself:

dear lord! I do not workout too much nor do I starve myself. I’m so over this and moving on.

To those who have to turn to other’s lives and judge with no real knowledge of how anyone lives, you can you know what!

well, I swear I just ate 4 chick-fil-a chicken strips, a chicken breast, rice, green beans and a lemon bar

don’t talk about me like that! Now everyone knows my weight :)- :)-…ok it’s 60lbs…I won’t lie! Seriously, people need to get a life or a hobby

No, I don’t know what. Does she mean we can shove it up our assholes, because that’s not possible. My asshole is closed for renovations by the city until further notice. But how about, we can sprinkle the entire Outback Steakhouse menu on “it” and put it on a plate made of dried gravy for LeAnn to shove into her mouth? I like that idea better. Candice Swanepoel and I want to watch.

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