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Video: Reba McEntire sings 'Fancy,' talks about 30th anniversary edition of 'Rumor Has It' on 'Good Morning America'

Reba McEntire [Photo provided]
Reba McEntire [Photo provided]

Country Music Hall of Famer and Oklahoma native Reba McEntire appeared today on "Good Morning America" to chat about the 30th anniversary edition of her iconic album "Rumor Has It" and perform her enduring smash "Fancy" from the Grand Ole Opry stage. 

"Everything's changed, but the best part about 1990 is that's when I had my son, Shelby Steven McEntire Blackstock," she said on "GMA." "I'm a very happy camper. It's been a wonderful 30 years."

As previously reported, Reba, who hails from Chockie, released Friday the anniversary edition vinyl that includes a bonus track, a live acoustic version of “Fancy” recorded at The Ryman, while the CD and digital versions features that bonus track as well as a new dance remix of “Fancy.” 

Also as previously reported, "Rumor Has It" was originally released in 1990 and features four Top 10 hits, including the album title track, “You Lie,” “Fallin’ Out Of Love” and her signature hit “Fancy.” 

And Reba still sounds like the incredible icon she is when she belts that song: 

The multimedia superstar also chatted today on "GMA" about her recent Grand Ole Opry performance with fellow Oklahoma native Vince Gill, the possibility of rebooting her beloved former sitcom "Reba," her new podcast "Living & Learning with Reba McEntire" and more. 


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