LeAnn Rimes is Suing her Dentist. Sure, Why Not?

Ugh, LeAnn Rimes, can you just go home and stay there?

I guess since arch-nemesis Brandi Glanville is making the news circuit promoting her new book, LeAnn felt like the spot light was being taken away from her. Can't have that, now can we?



According to TMZ:

Rimes says she’s had to undergo 9 root canals and bone grafting. She’s also had a temporary bridge and needed physical therapy as well.

Rimes says in the suit she will have a “permanent cosmetic deficiency.”
Rimes says the dental work is so bad it has been screwing with her career … impeding her ability to perform.

In her malpractice lawsuit, LeAnn is seeking unspecified damages for physical, emotional and psychiatric injuries. She also wants money for loss of past and future earnings.

You're telling me that your dental work is the reason your career has gone downhill?


Nope, not buying it. Your dental work hasn't stopped you from talking about how you're not grotesquely thin, how much you and Eddie luuurve each other, how much of a terrible person you claim  Brandi is, or any of the other crazy nonsense that comes flying out of your mouth. 

LeAnn will do anything to keep herself in the spot light. Watch her try and squeeze out some crocodile tears in this interview, where she states that her cheating didn't end her first marriage, because it was already broken. That makes complete sense (read as: what a poor excuse.)

Has LeAnn's career gone south because of dental work? Or has it been drifting away since she seems more focused on attention grabbing antics?

Five of our Favorite Social Apps Right Now

A few months ago, I was at a restaurant/bar, waiting for a friend to arrive and thought "What the heck, let's check in on Foursquare." At the time, I wasn't big on checking into Foursquare everywhere I went. I didn't have anything against it, per se, it just never popped into my mind.

Well, I was surprised to learn that I had unlocked a free shot of beer. There are two things I love, and that is free stuff and beer. Free beer was like striking gold.

From then on, I swore to not only engage with my social apps more often, but to branch out and see what else is out there. In no particular order, here are five social apps we're really into right now.



Treater allows you to send gifts – such as coffee, food or even 'Moments of Zen' – to your buddies. Hey, everyone likes getting gifts! The gifts, AKA 'Treats', can include a personal message and photo from the sender, and are immediately delivered to the recipient’s smartphone via a Facebook Wall post, text message or email. Then, your newly gifted friend uses their smartphone to redeem their gift in-store. Easy!



Deeyoon is a real-time debate network that sends your arguments straight to video. It's pretty cool, just search for open debates or start your own! Debate topics are never boring and cover a great variety of topics. We know we get a little rowdy here sometimes, but be sure to play nice on Deeyoon. 



Oh Glomper, how I love thee. Glomper is an app that helps you hook up with friends at short notice. You and your friends post what you'll be doing, and you can search and see who is in your area if you want to do a meet up!

Don't have any plans? That's cool, just list yourself as 'available.' It's a lot more subtle than crying on Facebook about your lack of plans.



Flipboard makes it easy to keep up to date on many service, including Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn, and Tumblr. What's visually appealing is that Flipboard turns timelines into gorgeously illustrated magazine-style pages, making reading updates and tweets more interesting and appealing than other apps. Personally, I hate logging in and out of every app I want to use, so a one stop shop like Flipboard is perfect.



Sorry everyone, for right now, Vyclone is just for Apple users only. 

I'm sure you've been to an event with family and friends with everyone whipping out their smartphones to update their statuses, take pictures and videos and whatnot. What's cool about Vyclone is that it lets you co-create, sync and edit multiple views of that shared moment, effortlessly. 

It's a pretty awesome way to re-live an event through eyes other than just your own. I guess it's also handy for reliving those nights when you had a liiiiiiiiitle too much to drink and don't quite remember it the next day.

These are our five favorites of the moment. Which social apps are you loving and using?

Hot Clip of the Day: Zombies Not Allowed in Canada

Well here is some refreshing government news!

The Canadian government has taken an "official" stance on how best to prepare in the event of a zombie apocalypse. In an amazing exchange on the floor of the House of Commons, Foreign Affairs Minister John Baird was asked if he was working to "develop an international zombie strategy so that a zombie invasion does not turn into a zombie apocalypse."

Check out the clip below!

Oh Canadian government! So much funnier than American government.

Gay Rumors Apparently Disrupting Hugh Jackman's Life

Like every famous, studly looking Hollywood actor, Hugh Jackman has long been slapped with rumors about his sexuality, but now he's opening up on the impact it has had on his wife of nearly 17 years, actress Deborra-Lee Furness.

In an interview with Hollywood Report, Jackman revealed that the rumors bother his wife. "Just recently, it bugs her," he says, blaming the Internet, which she frequents more than he does. "She goes: 'It's big. It's everywhere!'"

The very not gay couple

The very not gay couple

We understand that it might be insulting to have people accuse your husband as using you as his "beard," despite the fact that you have two children together. But we're not going to sit here and cry because it bothers you.

Opinions are like noses, everyone has one. No matter what you do or say, there are still going to be people out there that say Hugh Jackman is gay. It's called freedom of speech.

Mr. and Mrs. Jackman need to learn a little something from our man George Clooney:

I think it’s funny, but the last thing you’ll ever see me do is jump up and down, saying, ‘These are lies!’ That would be unfair and unkind to my good friends in the gay community. I’m not going to let anyone make it seem like being gay is a bad thing.

My private life is private, and I’m very happy in it. Who does it hurt if someone thinks I’m gay? I’ll be long dead and there will still be people who say I was gay. I don’t give a s**t.
— George Clooney

Even if you are gay, Hugh, check out this charming mofo of the openly gay community:

50% Handsome and 50% Majestic!

50% Handsome and 50% Majestic!

I swear there is nothing Neil Patrick Harris can't do.

Do you think Hugh and family should just let it go? I navigate the internet just fine without running into content accusing him of being gay, surely his wife can do the same?