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LeAnn Rimes Is Engaged to Eddie Cibrian

'It's for real this time and the first time EVER!' Rimes Tweets

December 27, 2010 4:36 PM ET
LeAnn Rimes Is Engaged to Eddie Cibrian
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Believe it this time: LeAnn Rimes is ready to get hitched again!

"Eddie [Cibrian] and I got engaged over the holidays. That's the news. It's for real this time and the first time EVER!" Rimes Tweeted on Monday. The singer's happy news arrives less than two months after she slammed engagement rumors.

PHOTOS: LeAnn and Eddie's controversial relationship

"Thank you for all your well wishes!! We are extremely excited and look forward to a beautiful future. It's been an incredible last few days, I was shocked!!! We are blessed, our families are so happy and our lives are filled with love," Rimes Tweeted.  "It was nice to have our little secret for us our families and friend's a few days! So excited to now share the wonderful news with our fans."

"Today, yesterday, the day before that…all have been truly unforgettable," she also wrote.

VIDEO: LeAnn and Eddie's affair - how it began

Us Weekly first broke the news that Rimes, 28, and Cibrian, 37, had an off-camera fling in 2009 while shooting the Lifetime flick, Northern Lights. At the time, Rimes was wed to dancer Dean Sheremet; Cibrian was raising two children with his wife, model Brandi Glanville.

This article first appeared on UsWeekly.com.

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