Take a look behind-the-scenes of Reba’s new Hall of Fame exhibit

On Friday, the Country Music Hall of Fame in Nashville officially launched the Reba: All the Women I Am exhibit in the museum's East Gallery. Thanks to the video above, we get to see a little of what went into the special exhibit (hint: it's a lot). 

Reba recently spoke with Billboard about the honor of having an exhibit in the Hall of Fame and revealed that it wasn't too difficult finding things to loan for the show. 

"I am a pack rat, by nature, so I've been collecting these items and memorabilia for many years," she admitted to Billboard. "I have kept things from my grade school days, my first stage outfits when I was performing, everything from my videos, films, and television. I've got it all collected. Justin McIntosh at Starstruck helped me put it all together, and took it over to the Country Music Hall of Fame. They are so sweet to do the exhibit, and I'm really excited to see what all they have done. It was a lot of work, but it's going to be worth it."

The exhibit runs from August 9, 2013 through June 8, 2014. 

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