Standing 5'7", Reba McEntire might not be a standout when it comes to the basketball court, but she was a serious basketball player as a young girl.
In a recent interview with Cody Alan, Reba shared how her dream career went from shooting hoops and throwing ropes to singing country music.
"I am very grateful for what I get to do. I wake up in the morning, just a happy camper!" says Reba confirming that she is living her dream.
"What's your earliest memory of country music?" asks Cody.
"Forever. I have always loved to sing. That's the only time I really got good attention," laughs the "Fancy" singer. "Daddy used to ask me, "Reba, why do you always want to do something you are not really good at?" I am like, "Hm. Let me think about that for a second?"
"But, I always wanted to be a rodeo cowgirl, a basketball player," Reba shares. "But, the one thing I could do pretty was, was sing. It came too easy, I guess? I had to work at rodeo. I had to work at basketball. So, it was more fun to proactive basketball and rodeo than singing."
Reba fans agree that she made the right choice.
Get your "Reba fix" with her 30th-anniversary edition of 'Rumor Has It' available now featuring classic hits, "You Lie," "Fallin' Out of Love," and a dance remix of "Fancy." Listen to Reba's latest, "Somehow You Do" by clicking the link below.
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