LeAnn Rimes & Eddie Cibrian Are Looking To Bring Their Co-Parenting Dysfunction To A Reality Show Near You

LeAnn Rimes and Eddie Cibrian The Trevor Project's 2011 Trevor Live! at The Hollywood Palladium - Arrivals Los Angeles, USAIn yet another one of the stellar parenting/co-parenting decisions to come out of the LeAnn Rimes Eddie Cibrian Brandi Glanville love triangle press tour, husband and wife are looking to pitch their own reality show. They’re already taking up 60 percent of the Internet and 80 percent of the tabloids. Next stop? Reality television domination. You can’t escape.

Gossip Cop reports that “a reality show insider familiar with the project” says that Eddie and LeAnn are shopping around a reality show. The couple is allegedly hitting up “pitch meetings” to try and sell themselves as, what sounds like, the next “Newlyweds” or “Giuliana & Bill” or what have you.

The couple has not confirmed that they’re looking to break into the reality TV market, but if they do, let’s hope the kids are spared from this project, at least as far as the cast list is concerned. Goodness knows they haven’t been spared overall. Say what you will about Brandi Glanville’s parenting, but at least she’s not directly subjecting her kids to the highly questionable glare of reality TV. At least someone somewhere is not signing the appropriate paperwork needed to parade those kids all over Bravo. At least there’s that.

But, hey, I get it. Brandi Glanville harnessed all this he said/she said malarkey into a New York Times best-selling book. What’s to prevent other adult parties from also profiting off the hyped dysfunction?

But if this LeAnn Rimes Eddie Cibrian “Happily Ever After” or whatever gets off the ground, I hope that we’re all spared moments of Twitter co-parenting and alleged child laxative consumption.

(photo: Nikki Nelson/WENN.com)

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  • whiteroses

    I honestly, genuinely believe that none of these people have the best interests of their children at heart. If they did, they’d shut up, live their lives, and stop stirring the freaking pot in a neverending quest to be relevant. Eventually, those boys are going to Google them. I don’t know about ya’ll, but that scares me.

  • K.

    Please don’t talk about LeAnn and Eddie ever again. I’d prefer it if you never brought up a Kardashian either, but I’ll settle for the LeAnn-Eddie moratorium.