After telling the host that she lost her voice due to unknown allergies, Rimes explained that once the interview was over, she's not allowed to talk for two weeks. And that's when Kimmel noted that that might be a good thing because of her ongoing fight with the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star.
"I think it's kind of interesting how it seems one-sided most of the time," she said. "But then, you know, you just kinda get fed up with people lying about you and you're like...words, here."
LeAnn also agreed that she is "insane," as Brandi called her, telling Kimmel, "I am, though." But the late-night host was still confused as to why a woman with her talent participates in such banter.
"I usually don't engage," LeAnn explains, "but there comes a time when you're just like, 'Screw you.' That's it, and that's all you wanna say and you're like, 'I'm done with this now," for like another three months."
But Rimes does use this as inspiration for her music, especially her new album Spitfire, which the singer says is about her life. "Oh yes, I see here on the track listing, 'Burn in Hell Real Housewives,'" Kimmel joked. "That's a good one, is that about them?"