LeAnn Rimes is an American singer, songwriter, and actress who gained fame at the age of 13 with her debut album 'Blue' that topped the country albums chart and achieved six-times platinum certification.
August 28, 1982
Jackson, Mississippi, United States
LeAnn Rimes, an American singer, songwriter, and actress, gained fame at just 13 years old with her debut album “Blue” in 1996. Since then, she has explored various genres, including pop and contemporary Christian music. With over 37 million records sold worldwide and more than 40 singles on international charts, Rimes is known for hits like “Blue,” “How Do I Live,” and “Can’t Fight the Moonlight.” She has also appeared in films such as “Coyote Ugly” and “Reba.” Besides her music and acting career, Rimes is a certified yoga instructor who incorporates yoga into her daily routine.