The Can't Fight The Moonlight singer looked unbelievable wearing a leopard print one-piece that appeared to be held together with the tiniest bit of string.
Sitting on a boat dancing to some music, LeAnn's legs looked never-ending thanks to the sides of her bathing suit being non-existent.
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The material appeared to be attached by a piece of fabric that linked the front of the costume to the back and was almost shaped like a V to give the illusion of a smaller waist and longer legs.
LeAnn's fans were blown away by her appearance, with one commenting: "Come on swimsuit!!!" A second said: "Love your bathing suit! The bod!"
A third added: "This is a vibeeee and love the swimsuit. You’re always a trendsetter with the swimming costumes." A fourth wrote: "Can we just talk about how fabulous you look?"
Fans loved LeAnn's skimpy bathing suit
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LeAnn and Eddie have been married since 2011 after first meeting in 2009 while filming the Lifetime made-for-TV movie Northern Lights.
Despite both being married at the time - LeAnn to backup dancer Dean Sheremet and Eddie to reality TV star Brandi Glanville - the two shared an instant connection and began a relationship.
LeAnn and Eddie wed in 2011
While they don't currently have children together, Eddie shares sons Mason, 18, and Jake, 14, with ex Brandi who is best known for appearing on the reality television series The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.
Speaking to HELLO! in 2013, LeAnn revealed that the couple hadn't ruled out the possibility of having kids one day. "It's something we've talked about and we still do, daily," she said at the time.
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