LeAnn was chosen as one of People Magazine's annual 100 Most Beautiful People in the World, in May 2007.
While making a guest appearance on Days of Our Lives, LeAnn also filmed a public service announcement about teenage runaways for NBC's The More You Know.
LeAnn has covered 3 famous artists: Dolly Parton (the song I Will Always Love You), the Beatles (the song Yesterday), and Prince (the song Purple Rain).
Her 1999 album LeAnn Rimes contained her own unique interpretations of 11 of country music's best known standards, including "Crazy" and "Me and Bobby McGee".
LeAnn donated her artist fee and royalties from her hit single "I Need You" to create a wing at the Vanderbilt Children's Hospital in Tennessee called the LeAnn Rimes Adventure Gym.
LeAnn co-wrote the book Holiday in Your Heart with Tom Carter in early 1997.
LeAnn says her most priced possession is a ruby and diamond ring that was given to her by her godparents.
LeAnn learned how to yodel at an early age.
At the age of 5, LeAnn won her first singing contest singing the song "Getting to Know You".
LeAnn and her family moved to Garland, Texas when she was 7 years old.
According to LeAnn, her parents have been her strongest and best influence in life.
LeAnn says her musical influences include Patsy Cline, Barbara Steisand, and Reba McEntire.
In 2004, LeAnn revealed that for years she had suffered from the skin disorder eczema.
LeAnn's hit single "Blue", was originally supposed to be recorded by Patsy Cline. However, upon Patsy's death, the song literally sat in the recording studio's vault.
In 1997, LeAnn made her acting debut in starring in the ABC movie Holiday in Your Heart alongside one of her idols, Bernadette Peters.
In 2000, LeAnn made her motion picture debut in the film Coyote Ugly.
After spending many years living in Los Angeles, LeAnn and her husband Dean now reside in Nashville, Tennessee.
LeAnn lived for many years in Garland, Texas at an apartment complex called Pecan Knoll.
In May 2000, filed a lawsuit against her father, Wilbur, and his partner and LeAnn's co-manager alleging that they stole more than $7 million of her earnings. The two have since settled the matter out of court.
LeAnn Rimes: I definitely want to do more film and every video I do I think I do more and more acting in them, which I think is kind of setting the stage to do more and more film. I've gotten the bug from that, so we're definitely looking and I'd love to do TV. I would love to be on Gossip Girl! ... My husband is obsessed with Blake Lively, so it's me and Blake Lively.
LeAnn Rimes: (about staying thin and fit) I am constantly working out--circuit training, jumping rope, and stair-stepping, and sticking to 1200 calories a day. It can't be something that you're doing to lose weight, and then once you do, you're done. I do it every day of my life.
LeAnn Rimes: I think singing traditional country is wonderful, because I'm bringing it to my generation and to the younger kids.