Singer LeAnn Rimes rocks long-sleeve t-shirt and ripped jeans in casual cool Beverly Hills outing
LeAnn Rimes accesorized her look with a Louis Vuitton crossbody messenger bag, white sneakers and a snowy white bottle
BEVERLY HILLS, CALIFORNIA: Singer LeAnn Rimes sported jeans and a gray long-sleeve t-shirt as she was seen running errands in Beverly Hills. She also went for some pampering at ROIL salon in Beverly Hills. The beauty looked effortlessly cool in the casual outfit she opted for her outing.
The 'One Way Ticket' singer wore a full sleeve gray T-shirt and ripped blue jeans along with a Louis Vuitton crossbody messenger bag. She accesorized her look with brown sunglasses and well-worn white sneakers while holding a snowy white bottle on her left hand to stay hydrated. Rimes was seen engaged in her phone featuring a stylish Gucci cover with her golden tresses down.
Recent highlights of LeAnn Rimes' work
The past couple of months have been busy for Rimes, who turned 40 in August and released her 19th studio album, 'God's Work' in mid-September. The star shared a snippet from her interview with Eddie Cibrian, 49, last month while talking about shooting her new music video 'Spaceship' with ET.
Cibrian, who directed the video in just 30 minutes, said: "The light was setting, and the wind was picking up a little bit, and I just felt inspired and I told her 'take your clothes off!"' "I hear that a lot!" Rimes joked back. Cibrian recorded the footage on her phone while the two were returning from an RV excursion.
Ziggy Marley, Mickey Guyton, Sheila E, Ben Harper, Aloe Blacc, and Robert Randolph are among the celebrities who have appeared on 'God's Work'. The country music star also talked about the song's meaning and revealed: "I think we've all been there at some point, wondering why we're here. I've battled depression in and out for most of my life." Recently, Rimes admitted that when she entered a rehab for stress and anxiety, she was in a "very, very dark place."
The singer, who rose to stardom at the age of 13, entered a rehab facility in August 2012, just a day after turning 30. She did so because she needed to overcome her "deep codependency" and learn how to be by herself and take care of herself.