FIRST EVER FEMALE CELEBRITY ENDORSER for KFC!
La Reba shore d-d-d-did it once again being the FIRST EVER FEMALE CELEBRITY ENDORSER for KFC!
Yep, the VERY FIRST… EVER!
I know… Not all KFC Fanatics or purists are too happy with THE Colonel being androgynous-like according to some Youtube POSTS. But what the heck, it still shorely is, “Finger-lickin’ good!” And, IT’S REBA FOR CRYIN’ OUT LOUD! Heh… Heh… Heh…
In a press release, KFC Chief Marketing Officer Andrea Zahumensky said:
“…Smoky Mountain Magic.”
“With Reba’s southern roots and entrepreneurial spirit, she truly embodies the values of the Colonel and the crowd-pleasing flavor of our Smoky Mountain BBQ. The pairing of a universally loved music legend like Reba with a universally appealing flavor like Smoky Mountain BBQ makes what I like to call ‘Smoky Mountain Magic.'”
And on that same press release she iterates:
“…sort of like the Colonel himself…”
“I grew up with Kentucky Fried Chicken. It’s part of my story, and I’m so excited to now be part of theirs. I’ve held a lot of roles in my life – sort of like the Colonel himself – but this is certainly the most unique one yet.”
Not only does the legendary Reba McEntire do the iconic Colonel Sanders for KFC Smoky Mountain BBQ but also for KFC’s $10 Chicken Shares Ad Campaign. Reba as THE Colonel tells us:
“$10 Chicken Shares. They’re $10, have chicken, and are meant to be shared. In retrospect, we did a really good job naming them.”
Yep, we do love her. We love chicken fried. We love THE Colonel Sanders and we shore do love Kentucky Fried Chicken!
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