Thank god you're OK, LeAnn!
Lucky for us, Rimes took to Twitter to explain that the photos are misleading and that she looks nothing like that in real life.
So, LeAnn, where oh where can we find this miracle camera that shaves off 10 (or 20) pounds?
Oh yeah, it doesn't exist, and this excuse seems about as fake as LeAnn's alleged breast enhancement.
After the photos surfaced, Rimes tweeted, "Maybe it's time for a nude pic so peeps can see how I look nowhere near what these stupid pics are trying to make me look like, LOL."
Right, it's most definitely a paparazzi scandal to make you appear half your size.
Now, don't get us wrong, eating disorders are a very serious matter, so we truly want to believe the singer is healthy. But claiming to hate the attention while simultaneously responding to every one of your Twitter followers? Not cool in our book.
Even when fans criticized the waif, she responded with "see her IN PERSON."
We would love to, but she seems to be a little preoccupied with tweeting everything she eats instead. Whether it's cookies on a plane or a pic of breakfast, Rimes has made sure we know every detail about her diet—except, of course, how much of it actually goes in her mouth.
Seriously, LeAnn, you are talking way too much for us to believe that you do not absolutely dig all this attention.
Bottom line? No one tweets about masticating this much unless you aren't.
Our advice? Get off Twitter and get a life.
Or better yet, go eat.