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"You do have a nice ass, it's very grabbable," Sheremet responds."They were definitely in their thing and you and I were flirting because we saw [what was happening]," Brandi continues.Looks like Eddie Cibrian and Le Ann Rimes weren't the only ones getting handsy outside the confines of their marriage vows.In an exclusive preview of what is sure to be one very interesting podcast of Brandi Glanville Unfiltered, the former "Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" star commiserates with the country singer's ex, Dean Sheremet, while revealing they actually flirted with each other while the affair was going down.uncovered some great photos of Rimes dating back to her days as a child performer on "Star Search." For more photos of Rimes through the years, click here. Though David Ball had a strong run of hits through the mid-90’s, there’s no doubt in my mind that his voice and sound could’ve easily fit in with those honky tonk stars of the 50’s like Ernest Tubb, Lefty Frizzell and of course, George Jones.

The track, a soulful pop tune in its original form, has powered into clubland via remixes from Dave Aude, Ivan Gomez and DJ Deville, among others."I'm so happy the message of ' Long Live Love' connected and people are dancing to it," Rimes tells of the track that she co-authored with Darrell Brown and Mark Batson. I am honored to be a part of it all.""Love" is from Rimes' new album , which debuted on the Feb. 28, 2009 (after first establishing herself, at 14, as a force in country music with her debut hit "Blue" in 1996).

Perma-spurned exes Brandi Glanville and Dean Sheremet are once again discussing their failed romances and griping about Eddie Cibrian and Le Ann Rimes.

I’d say get a new schtick, but frankly I don’t think they want to!

On the other hand, we are lucky enough to have had David recording and performing traditional style country music for the past quarter century and can still seem him out there on the road today!

Join us now as we take a look back at some of David Ball’s best recordings, dating back to his biggest career hit, “Thinkin’ Problem” of 1994.

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