LeAnn Rimes took the stage, showing off her musical and dancing talents, as early as age 2 with talent shows and a variety of performances. While Rimes cut her first album at age 7, her official debut album, “Blue”, shot her to stardom at the age of 14, when it rose quickly to the top of country music charts. 14-years old Rimes received two Grammy awards, one as the “Best new Artist’ and a second for the “Best Female Country Vocal Performance”. Rimes was the youngest artist to win a Grammy–and the first country artist to be named “Best New Artist”. Rimes received the Horizon Award from the Country Music Association and was also the youngest artist nominated by the CMA. In spite of numerous award nominations, her latest award to date was the Humanitarian Award from The Academy of County Music. Rimes later took on a few acting roles, including the Lifetime movie, Northern Lights, which led to her off-screen relationship with Eddie Cibrian. Rimes also writes children’s books and has seen some success with the novels, What I Cannot Change and Holiday in Your Heart.