Not many celebrities cross over from country icons to lead actresses. And when you have a long-running hit show named after you, you know you’ve made it big. Reba McEntire got her start as a singer back in the ’70s and had her first big hit in the ’80s, meaning she’s a seasoned professional.
Plus, it was recently announced that McEntire would host the ACM Awards. So it’s natural to wonder about Reba McEntire’s net worth. She’s hosted the event — which honors the best in country music — a whopping 14 times (the show is set to air on April 15th and will be broadcast on CBS).
And this is a big year for the star. She’s also the first woman to take over the role of KFC’s Colonel Sanders, filling the shoes of actors like Ray Liotta, Rob Riggle, and Darrell Hammond.
And even better, she’s able to showcase her wit.
Since she’s been successful at literally everything she’s tried for literally decades, you’d imagine Reba McEntire’s net worth is pretty hefty. And you’d be right. Based on multiple sources, it’s rumored to be at $95 million.
Wowza. Good for you, girl! You’ve earned it (also, just throwing this out there, but any chance you’d consider a Reba reboot? It would make countless fans happy…not to mention, it totally rolls off the tongue).
Don’t forget to tune into the ACM Awards April 15th at 8 p.m. ET on CBS to see Reba McEntire in all her glory!