Reba McEntire: Country Music Icon Shines Bright at the 2024 Super Bowl

Relive the magic as Reba McEntire, the iconic country music sensation, delivers an unforgettable performance of the national anthem at the 2024 Super Bowl.

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Reba McEntire sang the national anthem at the 2024 Super Bowl.

Reba McEntire, an enduring figure in country music and a three-time Grammy winner, graced the 2024 Super Bowl with a heartfelt rendition of the national anthem. Her musical journey, which began 50 years ago when she was discovered at the 1974 National Finals Rodeo in Oklahoma while singing the anthem, added a special resonance to the moment.

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Wearing a chic gray faux fur coat, McEntire, accompanied by her partner Rex Linn, made a stylish entrance into Allegiant Stadium, setting the stage for a historic performance.

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The singer, who has a rich history of anthem performances at various events, including the National Finals Rodeo, expressed her astonishment at singing at the Super Bowl, joking, “This ain’t my first rodeo!” McEntire shared her gratitude for being part of the momentous occasion when the Super Bowl came to Las Vegas for the first time.

During her performance, she was backed by flag-bearing service members, and the soaring jets over Allegiant Stadium added a patriotic touch to the spectacle. In preparation for the event, McEntire discussed her routine with the hosts of “CBS Mornings” in January, detailing a familiar warm-up process akin to preparing for a concert.

Her decision to accept the opportunity to sing at the Super Bowl was influenced by her manager, and her boyfriend, Rex Linn, a fervent football fan, played a supportive role, saying, “Yes, she’ll do it. Absolutely.” The collaborative decision led to McEntire gracing the Super Bowl stage for the first time in her illustrious career.

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The pregame festivities also featured performances by Post Malone, singing “America the Beautiful,” and Andra Day, who delivered a rendition of “Lift Every Voice and Sing.”

As anticipation built for the halftime show featuring Usher, the event continued its tradition of showcasing iconic musical talents on one of the grandest stages in sports. Notably, the previous year, Chris Stapleton had the honor of singing the national anthem at the Super Bowl.

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