Reba McEntire Inducted Into Country Music Hall Of Fame
Reba McEntire was saluted for her career achievements as she was inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame on Sunday.
The Somewhere star was joined by fellow singer Jean Shepard and songwriter Bobby Braddock as they were honored at a ceremony in Nashville, Tennessee.
Newlyweds Miranda Lambert and Blake Shelton, who married in Texas on May 14th, were among the stars on hand to help induct the trio.
Garth Brooks and Vince Gill also joined in at the event, while George Jones sang Braddock's track He Stopped Loving Her Today, which was a hit for him in 1980.
Braddock is the first inductee in the Hall of Fame's new songwriter category.
British Singer Rita Ora Joins 'Fifty Shades Of Grey' Katy Perry Gushes About John Mayer, Says She's Not Ready For Kids Yet