Reba McEntire Joins « The Voice » as a Coach for Season 24
Reba McEntire, the iconic country singer, is set to join the coaching panel of « The Voice » for its 24th season. The announcement was made in July, with a photo of Reba alongside fellow coaches Gwen Stefani, Niall Horan, and John Legend. Reba’s addition to the show comes after Blake Shelton’s departure following 23 seasons as a coach. Blake, who holds the record for the most wins in « The Voice » history, expressed his excitement for Reba’s arrival, stating that she was the original choice for the country representation on the show. Reba, a Grammy winner and country music legend, is expected to bring her expertise and mentorship to the contestants.
Reba’s Early Life and Career
Reba McEntire was born in 1955 and showed an early talent for singing. At the age of 4, she earned money by singing in a hotel lobby, and by 5, she was helping her father on their family ranch in Oklahoma. Reba’s first love was barrel racing, but her father encouraged her to pursue singing instead. She made her debut performance at the Grand Ole Opry in 1977 and was inducted into the Opry in 1986. Reba’s career took off with hits like « Fancy » and she even ventured into acting, making her film debut in the cult classic Tremors. She also had her own sitcom, « Reba, » which ran from 2001 to 2007.
Reba’s Personal Life and Achievements
Reba McEntire’s personal life has also been eventful. She was married to steer wrestling champion Charlie Battles from 1976 to 1987 and has one son with her ex-husband Narvel Blackstock. Reba’s son, Shelby Blackstock, is a race car driver. In 2012, Reba had to debunk a false rumor circulating on the internet that claimed she had died while filming a movie in Austria. Reba has achieved numerous milestones in her career, including being the only solo country female artist to achieve No. 1 hits across four decades. She has also received various awards and accolades for her contributions to the music industry.
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