The “Queen Of Country” Reba McEntire is known as one of the most successful and bestselling country artists of all time. Not only that, but she also penetrated the world of television. However, McEntire took a rest for a moment, but we won’t have to wait anymore because she will host the 2018 ACM Awards on April 15.
With this, she will be showcasing her acting skills. There’s one thing she’s not sure about, and that is which version of herself she’s going to be.
Reba MacEntire’s Different Sides…
Furthermore, an interesting new promo for the awards show allows McEntire to stretch her acting skills. As well as the range of emotions as a mock announcer asking her to deliver the line “I’m back” in a variety of styles. No doubt, McEntire nails every task she’s given. She can do anything under the sun. From growling the phrase when prompted to say it angrily to going over the top with fake crying when delivering it sadly. Also, even brushing up on her foreign languages as she delivers the French translation, “je suis revenu.”
Lately, the legendary country star has been brushing up a lot on her acting skills. Perhaps, this is for the reason that she’s the very first female personality to portray Colonel Sanders in KFC’s new commercial campaign.
A Bit Of McEntire And ACM…
Dierks Bentley revealed last month that he and Luke Bryan would not be returning as hosts of the 2018 ACM’s. It’s because of Bryan’s new gig as an American Idol judge. Both co-hosted for two years, but they’re passing it off to a legend who is McEntire. She hosted the show for more than a decade before stepping down in 2013 to let Bryan and former co-host Blake Shelton take the reins.
The 2018 ACM Awards air live from the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas on April 15.
Watch Reba McEntire as she announces her comeback to host the AMC Awards 2018 at the CBS news channel.
Country music icon Reba McEntire joined “CBS This Morning” to announce the nominees for the 53rd annual Academy of Country Music Awards’ top categories including entertainer of the year and male and female vocalists of the year. McEntire, who has hosted the awards show 14 times since the late 1980s, also revealed that she would be returning as the show’s host.
For the meantime, let’s ponder to Reba McEntire’s “Back To God”.
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