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LeAnn Rimes has sold nearly 40 million albums during her long and storied career. One can say “long” not because Rimes is so old—she was born on Aug. 28 in 1983—but because she’s been in the industry so long. Rimes released her first single, “Blue,” when she was just 13 years old. The single is included on her major label debut album of the same name which dropped in 1996. As of 2013, Rimes and her Patsy Cline-like voice had released ten more studio albums. All but Whatever We Wanna (2006) and her holiday-themed What a Wonderful World (2004) have peaked inside the top ten of the country music charts.
In 2009, Rimes made the tabloids when she had a sordid love affair with actor Eddie Cibrian. Rimes and Cibrian were working on a made-for-TV movie when they decided to cheat on their respective spouses. Rimes and Cibrian married in April of 2011. The country music songbird is inflicted with the disease psoriasis. She has appeared in public service announcements to raise awareness for the chronic skin aliment.