LeAnn Rimes is clearing the air, once again!
The country singer halted the rumor mill via Twitter after a magazine reported that she was expecting her first child with hubby Eddie Cibrian.
"LMAO Star Magazine! I don't know if you dr the pics or pic the worst one you can find, but I'm far from pregnant & just dropped a jean size," she said earlier today.
This isn't the first time that Rimes has been plagued with pregnancy rumors either.
In May, one blunt fan asked, "@leannrimes are u pregnant," the blond beauty replied just as directly, writing, "no I am not."
And in case that wasn't proof enough, a rep for the 30-year-old told E! News in February that she was not pregnant.
Rimes has been the subject of tons of speculation due to her ever-evolving curves, most notably when she appeared in a white sundress in Calabasas back in March.
The 30-year-old country star was all smiles as she grabbed food for her family, looking casual chic in a trendy bohemian maxi dress and gladiator sandals, while carrying an oversize gold handbag.
She most recently showed off her new curves at the El Rey Theatre in Los Angeles for the Friend Movement Benefit Concert last week.
The country singer looked better than ever as she stepped onto the red carpet in a sexy white frock. Rimes stunned in a tight, fit-and-flare LWD which flaunted her healthy curves and paired the look with a Chanel clutch and black ankle booties.
And Rimes has also 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.