Reboots are all of the rage on tv this present day, and nation superstar Reba McEntire is able to leap on board.
The aptly titled “Reba” aired from 2001-2007 and starred the singer as a unmarried mom of 3. The function earned McEntire, now 64, a Golden Globe nomination.
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“We are at all times in a position for a reunion,” McEntire informed “Leisure This night” on the CMA Awards on Wednesday night time. “We would really like that. (All it takes is) anyone pronouncing sure. The powers that be. I feel we would all adore it — JoAnna Garcia, Chris Wealthy, Melissa Peterman, Steve Howey, myself, I feel we would adore it.”
Even supposing it is been 12 years since all of them labored in combination on “Reba,” the solid contributors nonetheless appear shut as ever, with Peterman, who performed Barbra Jan, not too long ago posting a video on Instagram of her and McEntire placing out.
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Within the video, Peterman, 48, mouthed the phrases as McEntire sang “Break out (The Pina Colada Tune)” on a seaside, serenading Peterman’s tropical drink.
“I really like Pina Colada’s and getting stuck within the rain … or one thing like that …” the video was once captioned.
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“I have no idea the phrases to this track,” McEntire admitted, giggling along with her buddies.