Reports of Reba McEntire's death turned out to be grossly overestimated, and the star singer had a few words to say on the matter this afternoon. Sugarland's Jennifer Nettles also revealed she'll be part of the Super Bowl festivities and Randy Travis announced that he'll soon be hitting the road.

Catch up on all of the day's top country newsmakers, as well as a few other important reads from around the web, including a 'Glee' star who called it quits with his girlfriend. It's all included in today's Taste of Country Daily Roundup.

Today on Taste of Country:

Reba McEntire Speaks Out to Assure Fans That She's Not Dead
Sugarland's Jennifer Nettles Records Song for 2012 Super Bowl Pepsi Max Commercial
Lauren Alaina Goes Back to Pizza Slinging
Can You Guess the Artist in This Yearbook Photo?
Randy Travis Announces 25th Anniversary Celebration Tour
Top Tweets of January 2012
Win Kellie PIckler's '100 Proof' Album and an Apple iPad 2
Scotty McCreery Covers Travis Tritt's 'Trouble'
Carrie Underwood's new Single 'Good Girl' Not Making Its Debut This Weekend
Chris Young Scores No. 1 Song With 'You'
Trisha Yearwood Announces New Food Network Show, New Music
Eric Church, 'Springsteen' - Lyrics Uncovered
Taylor Swift and LL Cool J Co-Star in Ads for 2012 Grammys
Reba McEntire Death Hoax Spreads

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