LeAnn Rimes, Too Thin?

As I’m sure many of you saw, LeAnn Rimes sang the National Anthem at last night’s NCAA finals game of Butler vs. UConn.  She may have nailed her performance but Ms. Rimes’ skinny figure seems to have gotten more attention than her voice.  It’s been in the tabloids for some time now that LeAnn Rhymes may be anorexic as her physique has grown very small.  She was never big but she has reportedly has lost quite a bit of wait and the media seems to feel she looks rather frail and gaunt.  LeAnn otherwise looked beautiful in her white Dolce & Gabbana dress, it’s just a shame she didn’t have more of a figure to fill it out.

Society places so much emphasis on weight that too many celebrities resort to drastic measures to reach unnatural thinness.  In turn, you girls looking to these women as role models develop eating disorders and the vicious cycle continues.  I always love when curvier women are featured in magazine layouts of praised for their great bodies like Katherine Heigl and Kate Winslet.  If only more celebrities realized what it took me a long time to understand…being sickly skinny isn’t attractive nor is it healthy.

The “How Do I Live” songstress looked frail and gaunt as she strolled out onto the court in a white Dolce & Gabbana dress.

“LeAnn’s pals are telling her not to lose anymore weight,” said a source.

Meanwhile, Rimes has tweeted messages like “I am a healthy weight.”

What do you think?  Too thin or looks great??  I think in these pics she actually looks ok, maybe just a little too thin, but she definitely should not lose any more weight.

Here is what LeAnn looked like last night and recently:

This is her a few years ago…I don’t think she’s lost that much weight.

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