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LeAnn Rimes shows off her insane abs in new backstage pics Instagram/@leannrimes

Based on the many backstage photos she’s shared in recent months, it seems as if LeAnn Rimes has never been more physically fit.

Yes, the 35-year-old country music singer and reality star has always been in great shape, but we can’t help but notice just how insane her abs look in her most recent photo.

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LeAnn shared the ab-themed snap in an album on Instagram on Jan. 21. She captioned it, “Pre show preppin’ in my comfees.”

As you can see in the photo above, the stunning music star and wife of actor Eddie Cibrian sports a pair of black leggings and a matching crop top while seated in front of a mirror in what seems to be her dressing room.

And, even though she appears to be creating beauty waves with her curling iron, it’s clear she doesn’t need much maintenance. All she needs is to throw on some athletic gear and, voilà, she’s flawless, y’all! Yep, we’ve got to admit, we’re a tad jealous.

“Girl, look at that stomach,” one fan commented of the picture. “Tight. You go girl!”

“You need no prep. You’re beautiful just as you are,” another person added.

A third follower wrote, “You are beyond absolutely drop dead gorgeous and amazing. Love you.”

We couldn’t agree more!

If you click to the right, you’ll see another behind-the-stage photo of LeAnn. This time though, she hides her perfectly toned tummy with a comfy-looking robe while seated on what appears to be an amp. She also shows off her gorgeous smile.

LeAnn has kept things pretty open about bother her personal and professional life on her social media pages, sharing backstage photos as well as shots of family outings. And it sounds like she loves carrying that same intimate mentality onto the stage.

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“I love performing on smaller stages,” the star, who has a handful of shows in February, recently told the Herald and News. “It makes the show so much more intimate and personal. There is a special connection I make with the fans that come to a show when I can see their faces versus large arenas where all I see are lights and flashes. I love both settings, but for this tour specifically, I wanted it to feel as though I am performing for friends in my living room.”

Nashville-based writer and Rare Country contributor Melinda Lorge has always been passionate about country music. Follow her @MelindaLorge and join the conversation @RareCountry.
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