Reba To Reunite With Co-Star Melissa Peterman For Book Event
Reba McEntire will celebrate the release of her upcoming lifestyle book with a one-night-only event, “Not That Fancy: An Evening with Reba & Friends,” set for November 5 at 7:30 pm at Nashville’s iconic Ryman Auditorium.
Reba’s former Reba TV co-star Melissa Peterman will host the event, which will be an evening of stories with Reba at the Mother Church. All tickets will include a complimentary copy of Reba’s new book: Not That Fancy: Simple Lessons on Living, Loving, Eating, and Dusting Off Your Boots. Tickets go on sale on Friday (7/14).
Not That Fancy: Simple Lessons on Living, Loving, Eating, and Dusting Off Your Boots is set to release Tuesday, October 10.
Not That Fancy includes over 50 recipes (desserts, meats, sides, and cocktails) from Reba’s family traditions and her restaurant Reba’s Place (Atoka, Oklahoma); never-before-seen photographs and never-before-told stories from Reba’s personal and professional life (ranching with her Daddy, pranks with Brooks & Dunn, falling in love over a plate of tater tots); and simple, not-that-fancy lifestyle tips (how to achieve Reba’s signature hairstyle, design a down-to-earth date night, play a mean game of cards).
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It was recently announced that McEntire would be an official coach on Season 24 of NBC’s The Voice. Reba mentored Blake Shelton’s final team this season, causing some to speculate that she might become a coach. Other Season 24 Voice coaches are Niall Horan, Gwen Stefani, and John Legend. The Voice made the announcement on Instagram.
Season 24 will be McEntire’s first time in the Coaches chair, but this is far from McEntire’s debut on The Voice. Not only is she the Mega Mentor on Season 23 of The Voice, but she also served as a Battle Advisor to Team Blake in Season 1.
Reba said in a recent interview on The Jennifer Hudson Show, “It’s so much fun to be back on The Voice again. It’s always a lot of fun to give advice because I study people when they perform, and I want to be touched when they’re singing to me.”