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Stars Who’ve Suffered Unthinkable Tragedies

It may seem like it's always glitz and glam for country music's biggest stars, but they didn't all come by their storytelling ability naturally. Sadly, many singers have encountered great tragedies in their lives, or have overcome sharp odds to get where they are today.

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Go Behind the Scenes of Reba McEntire’s ‘Love Somebody’ Photo Shoot

Reba McEntire changed outfits more times for her Love Somebody photo shoot than she did when she was hosting the ACM Awards, but each new look was worth it. See what she and her team came up with, and how they came up with it, in this behind the scenes video.

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Reba McEntire Plays ‘Wikipedia: Fact or Fiction?’

Reba McEntire’s Wikipedia page is enormous. The singer and actress has 27 studio albums, several movies, a Broadway musical and more personal ups and downs than a woman twice her age. A lot of what’s there, it turns out, isn’t totally true. Thankfully, McEntire was able to straighten things out.

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Reba McEntire Shares Revealing Footage from ‘Pray for Peace’ Recording Session

Reba McEntire released "Pray for Peace" on Facebook long before any hint of her new album Love Somebody. The inspirational song dropped last July, but until now fans weren't able to see all that went into the recording.

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‘Love Somebody’ Shows Reba McEntire’s Vulnerabilities

Six weeks before Reba McEntire released Love Somebody, the singer and her management team invited two dozen media members to hear some of the songs from her first studio album in nearly five years. McEntire and Big Machine Label Group CEO Scott Borchetta started by telling the story of how the Nash Icon record label partnership was — more or less — created for her.

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You Think You Know Reba McEntire?

Reba McEntire really is the hardest working woman in country music. The legend grew up in a rancher's household, meaning she often got more done before sunrise than some do in a week. There were some jobs that weren't for the squeamish ... OK, there's one job in particular that will make a city boy squirm, but during this episode of 'You Think You Know Country?' you'll see how holding a bucket led to holding several CMA and ACM Awards.

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Reba McEntire Shares ‘Uplifting’ New Song, ‘That’s When I Knew’ [Watch]

Reba McEntire is taking over Taste of Country to mark the release of her latest album, Love Somebody, and she's giving our readers a look into the creative process for one of the new songs, "That's When I Knew."

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Reba McEntire Shares Granddaughter River Rose’s Favorite Music

Reba McEntire is a very busy woman — her new album, Love Somebody, impacted April 14 — but she still finds time to cook and spend time with family, including her granddaughter, River Rose.

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Reba McEntire Announces Concert to Help Outnumber Hunger Campaign

Reba McEntire recently joined the fight against widespread hunger in American by being the new face for the Outnumber Hunger campaign.

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Reba McEntire: ‘Whatever Way It Hurts the Least’ Is the ‘Saddest Breakup Song’

A trio of hit songwriters came together to write the "saddest breakup song," Reba McEntire says. "Whatever Way It Hurts the Least" describes the kind of breakup one hopes to have, if the separation is inevitable.

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