Reba McEntire Officially Inducted Into the Country Music Hall of Fame
As of this week, Reba McEntire is officially a part of the Country Music Hall of Fame. The legendary redhead was inducted in an intimate Medallion Ceremony in Nashville on Monday, where she was joined by fellow inductees Bobby Braddock and Jean Shepard, friends, family, peers and Dolly Parton, who officially welcomed her.
Reba -- who was ushered into the Modern Era Artist category -- was humbled by the experience, as country music greats tipped their hats to her. Garth Brooks attended the event and performed Reba's 'Whoever’s in New England' for the accredited singer, while Vince Gill showed his respect with her song 'Somebody Should Leave.' Kelly Clarkson and Martina McBride delivered a powerful duet on the classic 'Does He Love You,' and Trisha Yearwood and Reba’s sister, Susie, sang together on 'How Blue' for the new Hall of Famer.
“Being inducted into the Hall of Fame has been a lifelong dream. I am thrilled with this honor,” Reba gushed. To date, the 'Turn on the Radio' singer has sold over 56 million albums and marked 64 Top 10 singles in her career, and has 13 studio albums which have seen Gold or Platinum-plus success.
Watch Susie McEntire and Trisha Yearwood Perform 'Home Blue' for Reba's Induction