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Eddie Cibrian has no 'ulterior motives'

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Eddie Cibrian believes his new reality TV show will prove he is devoted to LeAnn Rimes.

The 41-year-old actor, who tied the knot with the country singer in 2011 after their affair led to the breakdown of their first marriages in 2009, insists they're a solid couple despite constant rumors their relationship is on the rocks.

The 'LeAnn & Eddie' star told PEOPLE magazine: "The biggest global misconception would be that we're not two people who are really in love with each other, that there are ulterior motives to our relationship. But people just don't get it. Hopefully people will get a chance to see how we just click."

The 'Best Man Holiday' star's children with ex-wife Brandi Glanville, Mason, 11, and Jake, seven, won't appear on the VH1 series, but LeAnn insists she loves the boys.

The 31-year-old 'Blue' hitmaker said: "People are always wanting to make it a story of me being a homewrecker and trying to take someone's kids. They take the love I have for my family and twist it around in some weird, sick way."

The blonde beauty also left her first husband, Dean Sheremet, to be with Eddie after they met on the TV movie 'Northern Lights.'

The former 'Sunset Beach' star previously said: "We were both married when we fell in love. Was it the best way to start off? Of course not, but it happened."

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