Credit: Twitter Photo: LeAnn & Eddie Promotional Poster

Are you one of those rare creatures who can’t get enough TMI from LeAnn Rimes and Eddie Cibrian? VH1 has the show for you!

The ex-husband of Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Brandi Glanville and his country star wife are letting it all hang out in LeAnn & Eddie, which premieres July 17.

Watch a sneak peek of the new series below, which shows the pair in a couple of awkward, obviously staged scenes.

Toward the start of the video, we see Eddie, 40, and LeAnn, 31, in bed, both seemingly unclothed under the sheets, with Eddie saying he's "the worst wingman ever" 'cause all he did when he was out with a friend was talk about LeAnn, kids, and babies. Whattaguy! "I'm so glad I'm not single," Eddie added, which LeAnn took as a compliment. A baby cried in the background, and Eddie said that's what it's like, every night, when you have a baby. LeAnn said, "With that sound, I think we can hold out for a little while. But we can practice...” Eddie added, "Let's be louder than the baby." Ugh.

The second scene adds a little more context, when we see LeAnn hanging out with two friends by the pool, one with a baby, and they talk about having kids. First, LeAnn shared that Eddie wears shorts in bed. One of the friends noted, "He doesn’t want his junk to stick, probably," in case it gets hot and sweaty. (You can’t unhear that kind of thing!)

LeAnn said they both talk about kids often, but they're also both working and traveling. LeAnn told the camera that everyone thinks they're pressuring her to have kids, but she's not the one who needs pressuring.

On that note, Eddie comes out to watch LeAnn feed the baby, and recognizes that "I want a baby look." LeAnn’s friend said she is a natural with the kid. Eddie tells the camera, "The last thing that I need is two more women telling me I need to have a baby."

So Eddie is the baby holdout. He already has two sons with Brandi, but Brandi said the boys will not be on their dad’s new show. At least they will be kept safe from TMI about their dad’s junk and this “practicing” for a new sibling.

Do you think you might watch this show when it airs — for the trainwreck, factor, if nothing else?

Source: The Hollywood Gossip