Here's What Reba McEntire Said about 2020 as She Is Hopeful & Looks Forward to 2021
Reba McEntire celebrated the holidays with a heartwarming video on Instagram where she wished her fans a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year. She also revealed her thoughts about 2020 and her hopes for 2021.
Country music icon Reba McEntire didn’t allow the holidays to go by without spreading the holiday cheer to her numerous fans worldwide. Over the weekend, the talented singer took to Instagram to wish her followers a Merry Christmas.
The “Does He Love You” crooner stunned in a bright red turtleneck sweater in the clip taken in her beautiful home. Her trademark red hair was styled with a messy fringe touching her forehead and waves at the back.
She accessorized with medium-sized sparkling gold hoop earrings and her face was well made-up with nude lips and a gold shimmery eye shadow color. In the background was a shelf filled with some items.
Few days before Christmas, McEntire opened up about her favorite holiday memories in a candid interview.
After sending warm greetings to her 2 million followers for the festive season, McEntire urged her fans to keep safe and stay healthy before revealing her thoughts about 2020 and the new year. In her words:
“This has been a booger-bear of a year. And I’m very thankful that we got through it. It’s coming to a close, and we can start looking forward...”
The award-winning singer concluded, telling her fans that she loves them deeply and thanked them for their prayers, support, and thoughtful comments throughout the year.
2020 was indeed a challenging year for McEntire as the country music industry lost one of its veteran singer, Charley Pride, who passed away from COVID-19 complications.
In her tribute to the Pride, McEntire described the late singer as a legend and praised his wonderful personality and big heart. Few days before Christmas, McEntire opened up about her favorite holiday memories in a candid interview.
The 65-year-old recalled her childhood in Oklahoma and spoke about how her older brother Pake would be the first to jump out of bed. She said that he would run down the hall while threatening them that he would open all the presents.
McEntire noted that the memory always made her laugh because the rule in their family was for everyone to be present before the gifts were opened, but that didn't stop her brother once.
She also spoke about another sweet memory during the early years of motherhood. The singer recalled waking up to an excited Shelby who couldn’t get over Santa Claus buying him a little tractor-trailer set he fell in love with at the store.
Earlier this month, the vocalist made headlines when she nailed the #ElfontheShelf meme challenge with a hilarious photo of Justin Bieber sitting on her shoulder in a bid to defeat actress Kristin Chenoweth’s version with Jay Leno.