She’s happily loved up with husband Eddie Cibrian.
So it’s a mystery as to what the life changes LeAnn Rimes, 34, is referring to in her latest Instagram post.
The How Do I Live songstress flaunted her new shorter locks on Friday – and made a curious reference to change coming.
New hair do care: LeAnn Rimes flaunted her new shorter locks on Friday – and made a curious reference to change coming
As it was: She was sporting much longer hair and a darker hue previously (pictured 10 July)
She captioned: ‘A woman who cuts her hair is about to change her life – Coco Chanel
‘Right on Coco! Loving the newness ❤️ @mateo_sifuentes thank you! It was time to feel a bit lighter on the outside to match what I feel on the inside. #summertime #newhair #shorthairdontcare #lighter”
It’s not unusual for someone to shake up their hairstyle when they have a love split, but LeAnne’s relationship appears to be as intact as ever.
She captioned: ‘A woman who cuts her hair is about to change her life – Coco Chanel’
Her new tresses are a lighter hue as well as having several inches shorn from the length.
She’s wearing a plunging halterneck and minimal make-up.
Her husband Eddie’s ex-wife Brandi Glanville has been reportedly signed up to star in Celebrity Big Brother UK.
New look: She had longer hair when she was with husband Eddie Cibrian on 23 July
Rival: Eddie’s ex Brandi Glanville is reported to be going onto Celebrity Big Brother UK – she is most famous for her furious relationship with LeAnn Rimes, after she alleged the country singer stole her husband (pictured 8 June)
The 44-year-old Real Housewives of Beverly Hills alum split with Eddie in 2009 after he had an on-set affair with his Northern Lights co-star, who was then married to Dean Sheremet.
The Love is Love is Love songstress will resume her 14-date Remnants Tour on Sunday in Owatonna, Minneapolis, in support of her 16th studio album.
Meanwhile, Eddie hasn’t secured an acting gig since Fox canceled his police procedural Rosewood on May 9 after two seasons.
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