While fans of Kelly Clarkson are understandably giddy about the singer's pregnancy, there is one person whose excitement just can't be beat, and that's Grandma Reba -- known to most of us as superstar Reba McEntire.
A volunteer helping to sort through the rubble left behind by the recent tornado that struck Moore, Oklahoma stumbled across an ancient country music artifact -- a cassette copy of Reba McEntire's 1987 album 'The Last One to Know.'
Country queen Reba McEntire sang 'Everyday People' at Blake Shelton's 'Healing in the Heartland' benefit for Oklahoma relief on Wednesday night (May 29), giving a triumphant performance of the song that spoke directly to the needs of the hard-hit state.
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