Bow down to Queen Reba! The country legend received a milestone award, performed and looked totally flawless at the ACMs on April 19. We are not worthy.
You guys. Reba McEntire is 60 years old. She doesn’t look a day over 30! The country icon was the star of the ACM Awards on April 19. From her amazing performance of “Going Out Like That” to her receiving the prestigious milestone award to her drop dead gorgeous red carpet look, Reba showed all the country princesses how the QUEEN does things.
Reba McEntire At ACM Awards: Country Legend Steals The Show
Reba has found the fountain of youth. We couldn’t take our eyes off of her at the 2015 ACMs Awards on April 19. Her makeup was done by Brett Freedman, who used Tom Ford’s Traceless Perfecting Foundation for her flawless face. To get her gorgeous brows, use . Brett Brow Duo-Shade Pencil in Redhead
The awards show was basically all about the country singer and actress. Reba took to the stage to perform her new single, “Going Out Like That.” She delivered a powerhouse performance, and her vocals were top notch. She stunned in a silver sparkling top and black pants. Sophisticated and chic are two words to describe Reba!
While you make think she’s way too young to receive the 50th Anniversary Milestone Award, the singer was honored with the award at the ceremony. The award was presented to Reba by her daughter-in-law, Kelly Clarkson, 32. Reba has won the most Female Vocalist of the Year awards ever, nabbing seven over the course of her career.
But Reba isn’t done yet. She’s planning on releasing her next album, Love Somebody, sometime in 2015. Reba, you must tell us your secrets to success!
ACMs Best Moments: Taylor Swift & More
What a night it was for country music! Amazing performances and beautiful red carpet looks rounded out the night. Taylor Swift, 25, was one of the other lucky recipients of the Milestone Award. She was presented the award by her mother, Andrea, who was recently diagnosed with cancer.
HollywoodLifers, how incredible does Reba look? What did you think of her performance? Let us know!
— Avery Thompson