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LeAnn Rimes stays classy in sheer top as she reveals massive album news

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LeAnn Rimes smiles close up. Pic credit: ©ImageCollect.com/Admedia

LeAnn Rimes is stunning as she goes both sheer and braless while staying classy.

Delivering big news today, the 39-year-old singer stunned fans as she updated her Instagram, posting with more updates centering around her new album and delivering the news in a snazzy look.

LeAnn’s album, set for release on September 16, was the focal point of her share that showed her all smiles in a studio setting.

Showing off her trim figure and curves in a skintight tank top worn braless, the blonde posed open-mouthed and with her locks down as she added in a sheer and mesh outer layer.

Together, the two tops flattered LeAnn’s frame as she showed that she’s keeping in shape ahead of turning 40.

In a caption, the Can’t Fight the Moonlight hitmaker opened, “Tfw your new album is out in ONE MONTH today.”

Continuing with a retail giant mention, LeAnn added, “‘god’s work‘ is available to pre-order/ pre-save in all the places you can find music. or by tapping the link in my bio. there you’ll find everything from signed albums, to exclusive gold vinyls at @walmart.”

LeAnn Rimes’ signed copies are all sold out

Anyone bopping along to LeAnn’s beats in the 2000 hit movie Coyote Ugly can get their hands on more from the star.

Clearly, her loyal fanbase hasn’t abandoned her.

On July 1, LeAnn made a “back in stock” announcement, telling her Instagram followers, “I can’t believe how quickly the signed copies of “god’s work” sold out. i’ve seen your comments and messages and we’ve managed to add some additional signed cd’s to my official store for those of you that missed out. tap the post to pre-order yours while you still can.”

LeAnn Rimes still proves her popularity decades on

LeAnn’s new EP has been three years in the making. It’s also proven as a form of self-care for the singer who has publicly battled her mental health.

“I was in a very, very dark place. I had never been alone,” she told Insider of needing professional help at the age of 30. “There was always someone around, whether it be a parent or a manager, an agent or a publicist, or a husband, or whatever it was.”

“It was just time,” she added. “It was time for me to break away from my deep codependency and to figure out what was chemically going on to be able to take care of myself.”

In 2012, LeAnn checked herself into rehab in an attempt to get back on her feet.

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