Sure, she's all grown up, married and thrilled to death that at the ripe ol' age of 22 she can actually relate to the material she's singing about. But can LeAnn Rimes's fans deal with the fact that she's no longer the prepubescent wunderkind who hit number one at 13? Her consumer base feels a spiritual link with Clay Aiken and views Paris Hilton as a good role model, so why the hell not? With slick production and guitar work from old bud Dann Huff, the songs on This Woman are musically solid, and Rimes's voice has a new robustness. She's embraced her sexuality and wants the world to know, so it seems surprising that she only helped contribute lyrics to three of the tunes, and even then you get a sense that her biggest philosophical dilemma involved choosing between a white or black bra.