Reba recently received her third Grammy for her “Songs of Faith and Hope”. She used her acceptance speech’s opportunity to tribute one of her recently departed colleague, who helped her to achieve success. By the way, she came to the ceremony with her newest boyfriend.
Reba has won this price for the first time since 1994. At the 28th of January, she told people about recently gone Bill Hearn. His part in her work is highly appreciated by her. He was the head of the Capitol Christian Music Group record label.
As Countryrare.com mentions, Reba went on to discuss how winning a Grammy in the gospel category was new for her.
“I’m a country artist,” Reba said, drawing laughter from the audience. “But I’ve been singing the songs that’s on this album all my life — on the pond dam there at grandma’s house singing ‘Oh, How I Love Jesus’ [and] ‘When the Roll Is Called Up Yonder.’ And it’s so great to get those songs on an album.”
The country superstar then got emotional as she talked about the work God has done through her gospel album.
As far as many others Reba decided to wear a ride of white color in honor to the Time’s Up movement. Let’s remind you, that it was founded to fight against low moral conduct at the work and different types of harassment on the sexual background.
— Maeve McDermott (@maeve_mcdermott) January 28, 2018
She commented it while being on the red carpet the red carpet,” “Everyone should treat people like they want to be treated. Just be kind.”
The reporter asked Skeeter how he was doing on what is presumably his first red carpet. He said, “I’m doing great. Just following her and enjoying the night with her,” he added, looking at Reba.
Congratulations on your new relationship and your new Grammy, Reba!