She started off Saturday night (Nov. 4) headlining the Grand Ole Opry, performing songs from the new project. UMG Nashville honored McEntire with a plaque for her hit “Fancy” earning double-Platinum certification and surpassing 400 million streams during the special evening.
Sunday night (Nov. 5), McEntire joined her Reba co-star Melissa Peterman on the Ryman stage for “Not That Fancy: An Evening with Reba & Friends” to talk about the new book. The evening included personal stories, laughs, a special performance and even included a few surprise guests as her boyfriend Rex, son Shelby, friend Marci and siblings Alice and Pake joined her on stage.
McEntire was also honored with a New York Times Bestseller plaque for her book, which also landed on bestseller lists for The Wall Street Journal, USA Today and Publishers Weekly.
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