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Reba McEntire has been the leading lady of country music for more than 20 years and now, for one special night, the stars of music, film and television will pay tribute to their favorite redhead.

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Reba McEntire has been the leading lady of country music for more than 20 years and now, for one special night, the stars of music, film and television will pay tribute to their favorite redhead.

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Wow - what a line-up!
17 September 2007 | by See all my reviews

I gave this a 7 because I'm not a big fan of tribute shows.

What a great "who's who" of country music: Loretta Lynn, Dolly, Barbara Mandrell, Wynona, Trisha Yearwood, Martina McBride, Faith Hill, LeAnn Rimes, Kelly Clarkson, Vince Gill, Keith Urban, et al.

I'm not a big fan of Reba's singing. She has a great voice, and certainly shows that she knows her way around a set of lyrics. A friend of mine said Reba "chews" her words - not a technical critique, but I know what she (my friend) means. I do truly enjoy Reba's acting and comedy. Her comedic timing isn't flawless, but it is very, very good.

Finally, when Reba was introduced to come up to speak, she received a standing ovation. That's to be expected - I believe I never have seen a tribute show where the guest of honor did *not* get a standing ovation. But I'm quite sure I never have heard such a *joyful* round of applause - it was marvelous! I cannot quite put my finger on it; I guess she just inspires such genuine devotion, but it was truly different from other similar occasions. It definitely was not just the case of people clapping because it was time to. They seemed genuinely to want to let Reba know that they adored her.


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