LeAnn Rimes is coming to SpiedieFest and Balloon Rally 2013 at Otsiningo Park on Saturday, August 3rd. Early Bird Discount Buttons are now on sale.  Buy now and save.  The Buttons get you in to all the activities Friday the 2nd through Sunday the 4th.  Buttons are available at Cost Cutters, The Can Man in Johnson City and Binghamton and Weis Markets.  But that's not all that's going on with LeAnn Rimes.

So much drama has surrounded Leann's marriage to Eddie Cibrian that it almost seems like their lives are a television show. That’s why Rimes and her husband have started pitching an idea for a scripted comedy based on their lives to a variety of networks. Luckily, if the show gets picked up, it will pretty much write itself.

If you’ve been paying attention to Rimes in the news lately, you already know that she and her husband have been engaged in a long verbal battle with his ex-wife, reality television star Brandi Glanville. Rimes has sued two of Glanville's supporters  for an invasion of privacy after they recorded a conversation with LeAnn and uploaded excerpts to the Internet.

Rimes and Cibrian apparently want to have the last laugh — and share that laughter with others. The country singer, 30, and the actor, 39, have schemed an idea for a scripted sitcom, on which they will be the stars.  All of this comes from a few unnamed inside sources who have dished the news to Us Weekly.

According to one, the television series would leave Glanville and Cibrian’s children, Mason, 9, and Jake, 6, out of the show. Instead, they will hire child actors to play the boys’ roles. “They’ve met with a few networks,” adds a second insider. “Nothing is finalized yet, but they’re seeing where the show could go.” If the real-life drama continues, Rimes and Cibrian will have lots of material for the sitcom by the time the pilot airs.

Leann also has a new CD coming out April 30th called "SpitFire." Get your Buttons today and we'll see you at SpiedieFest in August.