In Case You Were Wondering, Reba Says #IveGotYourBack

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Taking a break from rehearsals for her Las Vegas show with Brooks and Dunn, the Queen of Country herself, Reba McEntire, had a message for the LGBT community. Speaking simply, Reba wants her LGBT fans to know that she’s got their back.

While it’s no surprise coming from Miss “Pray for Peace,” the video was still a welcome addition to the Nashville Concert for Love and Acceptance, hosted by Ty Herndon. The event also featured starts including Billy Gilman, Jamie O’Neal, American Idol‘s Melinda Doolittle, Nashville‘s Chris Carmack and Meghan Linsey.

Although Queen Reba couldn’t be there in-person, her message resonated with the crowd, as she lent her support to those “standing up to say that we are all God’s children…Just know that I’ve got your back.”

All hail the Queen!

 

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