LeAnn Rimes is white hot!
The country singer looked better than ever as she stepped onto the red carpet last night in a sexy white frock. Rimes stunned in a fit-and-flare tight LWD which flaunted her healthy curves and paired the look with a Chanel clutch and black ankle booties.
She performed at the El Rey Theatre in Los Angeles for the Friend Movement Benefit Concert.
Her hubby, Eddie Cibrian, was in the audience to show support for his songstress wife. The two left the concert venue hand in hand after her performance and appeared to be closer than ever.
In the recent months, Rimes has appeared to transform her figure.
In March, she was spotted running errands in Calabasas and showing off her beautiful bod in a summery maxi dress.
And in April, the 30-year-old lashed out at reports that she was suffering from an eating disorder.
"People said I was [anorexic]," she tells The Daily Mail, referring to her thin frame. "But I didn't have a problem with eating as I ate a ton all the time—I could eat my husband under the table! But I was going through a time when I just wasn't sleeping—my mind wouldn't shut off and my heart was breaking."
Since putting on a few pounds, Rimes says she's still content with her body because of her hubby's loving encouragement.
"Now I'm secure about my body, although I'm like any other woman and have my moments of self doubt. But it's nice to have a husband who tells you you're beautiful all the time. I'll say to him: 'I've gained a few pounds' and he'll say: 'Good!'" LeAnn says of her doting husband.
Rimes also told Fabulous magazine that her family is pleased with her newfound curves.
"Being from the South, my mom and godmother are always happier when I have a little meat on my bones," she said.
Despite feeling healthy and proud of her body, she admits that she has ups and downs about her body image like many women.
"Trust me, there are moments when I've stood in the mirror and gone, 'Oh my God, I'm getting cellulite!' But then I stand in a different light and I'm, like, 'Oh, it's not so bad now.' I have my moments, like every woman."