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Sheremet, who was married to Rimes for 7 years before splitting in 2009 after the 32-year-old "How Do I Live" singer had an affair with an also then-married Eddie Cibrian, is now telling all in a lengthy interview with .
The former backup dancer talks in-depth about his marriage with the country superstar, specifically, when it all went wrong.
"And I was so intertwined in managing her career that I didn’t know how to make the distinction between husband and boss, husband and partner, husband and manager… There were so many hats and I didn’t know what hat to wear when." "Unfortunately, I think the business ended up destroying us," he stresses. The person that I needed to be, the person I should have been, I wasn’t. Everything went through me." He says he never felt threatened by the 41-year-old actor, though he admits he's a "good looking guy" and "charming." "I just remember being like, 'Oh, God, just another one of those Hollywood pretty boys,'" he recalls. I don't need to be babysitting someone on set.' Even though in my brain, I was like, 'I'm seeing this happening, I should be here and do something.' But I wasn't going to be able to stop anything that happened.
I wasn’t the person she came home to and unloaded on. "If you’re in a room with him, he’s probably one of the most charming people you’ll ever meet. But I wasn't worried." set for a week, he says there was a "huge shift" upon his return. And I wasn't doing anyone any good." He clearly still has some resentment over the situation.
She's shooting pool, shooting tequila, in a tight tank, tight jeans, over the knee boots and she's standing across from him, playing with the pool cue. "It's funny, I don't remember seeing that on my SAG screeners that year," he also cracks about star Brandi Glanville -- Sheremet says he actually "sympathizes" with her. I could be speaking out of turn but this is my perspective," he muses. I sympathize with that cause she's been famous since she was 12 years old so she doesn’t know anything else. A., there's the paparazzi and that false sense of success, false security that you're still relevant. "But she got away from doing that and it breaks my heart.