Good Morning America: LeAnn Rimes Rehab for Anxiety and Stress

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LeAnn Rimes Voluntarily in Rehab for Anxiety and Stress

Singer LeAnn Rimes has checked into a treatment facility for anxiety and stress. Rimes took the country music world by storm when she was just a teenager, and released hit after hit. She voluntarily entered the rehab facility for a 30 day program.

Good Morning America: LeAnn Rimes Rehab

Singer LeAnn Rimes recently turned 30 and has checked in to rehab for stress and anxiety. She is married to actor Eddie Cibrian. (Photo Works / Shutterstock.com)

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“All the things in my life will be there when I get out, but you know what? I’m hoping they’re not going to affect me as much,” Rimes told People magazine.

Good Morning America: LeAnn Rimes Turns 30

Rimes was seen with her husband, Eddie Cibrian, on Tuesday, celebrating her 30th birthday. She seemed to be all smiles, but the next day she began treatment.

“She really felt like this was the moment for her to just step away for a little bit and make some changes,” Joey Bartolomeo, senior writer for People magazine said.

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GMA: LeAnn Rimes Homewrecker?

Rimes has been in the spotlight a lot in the last few years, but not necessarily in a positive light. Her relationship with Cibrian began when they were both married to other people. Rimes was married to Dean Sheremet, and Cibrian to Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Brandi Glanville.

LeAnn was called a home wrecker, and talked about this with Good Morning America’s Robin Roberts back in 2010.

“It happens every day to so many people and if I take away my album sales and my awards you have just another couple,” Rimes said. “You had two couples whose marriages just didn’t work who really stumbled upon each other and fell in love, and never ever was I thinking of hurting someone.”

Good Morning America: LeAnn Rimes Anorexic?

After tweeting a picture of herself on her honeymoon, Rimes was called anorexic and labeled as too thin.

“She’s been bullied for her body, so it’s really a lot for her,” Bartolomeo said.

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