LeAnn Rimes Gets It Right on Single

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Gotta give it up for LeAnn Rimes, who told Country Weekly before presenting the Country Music Association’s Single of the Year award that it would go to Lady Antebellum for “Need You Now.”

Good thing, too, because LeAnn had a plan if Lady A lost.

“I’ll throw a temper tantrum and give everybody something to write about!” she said.

LeAnn was in quite the playful mood, even poking fun at rumors that she and actor Eddie Cibrian are engaged.

Asked what she’s up to now, LeAnn said she’s releasing a single, she’s doing a movie and she’s planning a wedding.

“I’m kidding!” she added quickly.

About which part?

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