- Was considered for the role of Molly Brown in Titanic (1997), but turned the part down due to scheduling conflicts.
- Her sister, Susie Luchsinger, (Susie McEntire) is a Christian music star.
- Was James Cameron's first choice to play "the unsinkable" Molly Brown in Titanic (1997), but had to decline because her touring schedule overlapped the filming date.
- Reba's entire band died in 1991 in a plane crash.
- Has a son, Shelby Steven McEntire Blackstock. (b. 1990)
- Had a patch of skin cancer on her forehead removed (1993)
- Reba's 1996 tour statistics: 16 trucks, 7 buses, 1 jet, 100 dates (12,500 per date) concerts, 200-foot expandable stages, 3 separate performance areas, 10 dancers, 5 video cameras, 6 video screens, 96-person crew, 40 tons of equipment.
- Named the #2 Best-selling Female Artist (of all genres) of All Time, following behind Barbra Streisand. 
- Named the #1 Best-selling Female Country Singer of All Time. 
- Attendend Kiowa High School and Southeastern State University.
- Her first public performance was Away In A Manger for a First Grade Christmas Production.
- Majored in Elementary Education and Minored in Music.
- Daughter of Jacqueline (11/6/1926) and Clark McEntire (11/30/1927).
- Sister of Alice Foran (b. 3 December 1951), Pake McEntire (b. 23 June 1953), and Susie Luchsinger (b. 8 November 1957) (Susie McEntire).
- Has won two Grammy awards, nine People's Choice Awards (for singing *and* acting), seven CMA (Country Music Association) Awards (including an unprecedented Female Vocalist of the Year four years in a row), two Country Radio Awards, 11 ACM (Academy of Country Music) Awards (including an unprecedented Top Female Vocalist seven times), 14 American Music Awards (including an unprecedented Favorite Female Country Singer 10 times), five TNN/Music City News Awards, three International Awards and the 2001 Drama Desk Award for her Broadway debut in "Annie Get Your Gun."
- Inducted into the Hall of Great Western Performers of the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum in 1995.
- Her father, Clark McEntire (1927- ), was world steer roping champion for the years 1957-1958 & 1961. He was inducted into the Rodeo Hall of Fame of the Rodeo Historical Society (a support group of the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum) in 1988.
- Her grandfather, John Wesley McEntire (1897-1976 ), was world steer roping champion for 1934 and was also a calf roper. He was inducted into the Rodeo Hall of Fame of the Rodeo Historical Society (a support group of the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum) in 1984.
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