Country singer turned pop star LeAnn Rimes was a recent musical guest on NBC’s daytime talk show, “Steve.” For her performance, she debuted an acoustic version of her funky current single, “Love Is Love Is Love,” from her latest studio album, “Remnants.”
In this clip, posted to Twitter Sept. 8, the 34-year-old powerhouse looks like a knockout. She wears her hair in effortless waves, and dons a pair of classy gaucho pants to offset her spaghetti strapped tank top, which features a plunging neckline.
Fans clap along as she belts out positive lyrics that tout global equality and bringing peace to the world — topic that have been close to her heart for a long time.
“These politics and religion / Every day they’re starting wars / And we believe we’re not the hateful, no no,” LeAnn sings in the song she co-wrote with Darrell Brown, Toby Gad and Lindy Robbins. “When we can dance with the worst of them / When we can sing with our enemies / Then we will know that times are changing.”
“Love Is Love Is Love,” which was released on May 19, has already climbed all the way up to the top spot on “Billboard’s” Dance Club Songs chart. The song, which marks her second No. 1 hit on that chart this year (and third in her career), follows the upbeat “Long Live Love” and 2009’s “What I Cannot Change.”