LeAnn Rimes: ‘I’m Not Ashamed of My Pain’

Sitting still isn’t easy for LeAnn Rimes. “I am used to being in constant motion,” says the singer, 37, who’s been performing since she was 5. “For a long time stillness felt incredibly unsafe. But I’ve done a lot of work to know that it’s okay.”

That makes the current stay-at-home climate easier for her to navigate than it might have been, and it’s helped in larger ways as well. For years, keeping herself intensely busy—even through difficult personal

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