Reba McEntire to Sing National Anthem at Super Bowl 2023

Country music legend Reba McEntire is gearing up for the performance of a lifetime. On Thursday, the NFL announced that the artist will sing the national anthem at the 2023 Super Bowl held in Las Vegas, marking the first time the song will be performed at the annual sporting event.

At a press conference in Las Vegas, McEntire shared her excitement, saying that she is "honored" to be a part of the performance. When asked about her preparation, the singer joked that she has been practicing by singing the national anthem in the shower and in the car. She also shared that she will be accompanied by a backing track to help with any potential vocal difficulties.

McEntire, whose career spans over five decades, has been performing since she was a child. She was discovered at a rodeo in 1974 when she sang the national anthem, leading her to sign a record deal. Although she struggled at first, she went on to become one of the most successful female country artists of all time, with over 75 million records sold worldwide.

In addition to her singing career, McEntire has also starred in several television shows and movies. She discussed the possibility of a "Reba" reboot with her former co-stars at the press conference.

McEntire also shared details of her personal life, including her relationship with Rex Linn, with whom she starred in "Big Sky." She described how the couple has been enjoying their time working together.

Overall, McEntire's history with the NFL and her enthusiasm for her performance at the 2023 Super Bowl make her a perfect choice for this year's anthem singer.

Title: Reba McEntire's Career and Personal Life Overview

Content: Reba McEntire is a legendary country music icon who has had a successful career spanning over five decades. She was discovered at a rodeo in 1974, leading to her signing a record deal and achieving success with hit songs like "Can't Even Get the Blues" and "You're the First Time I've Thought About Leaving."

Aside from her music career, Reba has also appeared in several TV shows and movies. She played the lead role in the sitcom "Reba" from 2001 to 2007. She has also appeared in other shows like "Malibu Country" and "Young Sheldon."

Regarding her personal life, Reba has been married twice and has experienced a divorce. She has one son with her ex-husband Narvel Blackstock. Despite her split from Blackstock, who managed her career for many years, she took control of her career and business after the divorce.

Reba is currently in a relationship with Rex Linn, whom she met in 1991. Reba and Rex, who is also an actor, met on the set of "The Gambler Returns: The Luck of the Draw." They reconnected many years later when Reba guest starred on "Young Sheldon."

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