Country music singer LeAnn Rimes rose to fame at the incredibly young at of 13, becoming the youngest country singer since the reign of fellow star Tanya Tucker. By age 14, Rimes had won her first Grammy and snagged the title of the youngest talent to ever receive such a coveted award.
However, despite Rimes' skyrocket to fame, she faced her fair share of rocky times and struggles. Given that the "Blue" singer was pushed into the spotlight at such a young age, although propelling her to fame and fortune, her response to child stardom shocked fans and readers.
"I would not recommend it to anyone, but it’s my path, so I’ve accepted it and learned from it," Rimes explained to People. However, despite the singer's jump into the fame game, she firmly explained that she has made peace with the experience.
"I can really appreciate it at this point — all of it," she said.
Rimes channeled her emotions from her life experiences into her recent album Remnants, telling her fans that this album was a massive opportunity to "pick up the pieces" and use her stories to her advantage.
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