This month, we look back at the 10 most memorable songs from Reba McEntire’s expansive country music career.
Reba McEntire proved exactly why she’s one of country music’s most prolific performers during her show in Bensalem, PA.
Reba was among the many celebrities and dignitaries to honor the late Former First Lady Barbara Bush after her passing on Tuesday, April 17.
Reba McEntire and Kelly Clarkson revived Reba’s hit “Does He Love You” with a stand out performance at the 53rd ACM Awards.
Reba brought back the 1990s when she donned her iconic red dress during her ACM Awards performance with Kelly Clarkson.
“I cannot believe this, I really can’t. Thank you so much. I love country music…it is my entire life,” Lambert said.
The singer joked that every time she saw herself in the mirror as the Colonel, she somewhat jumped back in fright and shock over the new look.
Reba even convinced Corden to try a corndog for the first time in his life during the show.
Reba will perform alongside her friend Kelly Clarkson, while Jon Pardi will cross playing with Alan Jackson off his bucket list.
The chocolate-covered bunnies were aplenty and the church services were set for all of the hottest country stars to celebrate the Easter Sunday holiday this year.
The reactions from the ACM winners all show off their unique personalities, from emotional to hilarious.
The tragedy still feels like yesterday to the singer.
Not only is Reba anticipating big reactions to her ensembles, but she also can’t wait to get those live television jitters going during the show.
Florida Georgia Line and Bebe Rexha are among the acts slated to perform at the 53rd Academy of Country Music Awards.
Reba McEntire will return as host of the 53rd Academy of Country Music Awards, marking her 15th time leading the awards celebration.
Was your favorite artist nominated for an ACM Award?
Reba will reveal the names of the nominees slated to vie for the trophies handed out at the Academy of Country Music Awards.
From the pre-show glam sessions to the candid snapshots taken just seconds before some massive performances, all of your favorite country stars used their social media platforms to document the chaos of the GRAMMY night.
“When they asked me to go and be the first female Colonel Sanders, I said, ‘Heck yeah!’ Who wouldn’t want to be the Colonel Sanders,” Reba joked.
Chris Stapleton, Reba, Little Big Town and Jason Isbell were among the country music winners at the 60th GRAMMY Awards.