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Reba McEntire Emphasizes Hilarious Post About Getting Old: ‘One Ambiguous Age’

by Will Shepard
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Reba McEntire never goes out of style. It seems like the iconic country music star doesn’t age at all either. People have certainly taken notice of this trait as well.

In a Twitter post from Louis Virtel, he pays homage to the country superstar. He says that after your 29th birthday and till your 75th, instead, you are just one age, the Reba McEntire age.

In a hilarious response to the Tweet, McEntire shares a gif of herself pointing sassily at the camera in acknowledgment. She must basically be acknowledging that the world thinks she doesn’t age.

No matter what she is acknowledging, the tweet is still funny any way you look at it.

Reba McEntire’s Influence on Music and Culture

McEntire embodies the adage of “age is just a number.” The singer ranks as one of the most successful female country performers of all-time. Certainly, many women who venture into country music credit her as their role model.

In addition to being hailed as a champion of country music, McEntire has the credentials to back that up. Over her long career, she has more than sixty top ten singles on Billboard’s charts. The country star also has more number 1 country albums than any other female artist.

Moreover, McEntire has won CMA’s Vocalist of the Year four times. She also won the prestigious CMA Entertainer of the Year award in 1986. She also has three Grammy Award wins. And finally, she was inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame in 2011.

Not only has she been inspiring women with her music, but she’s also been doing so through acting. In particular, she was one of the first singers to embrace the world of music videos. By doing so, her popularity took off.

However, music videos are not the extent of her acting ability. She had her own sitcom for seven years and has also acted in several films over the years. And, to cap it all off, she was even nominated for a Golden Globe award.

So, it’s safe to say that McEntire perfectly suits the role of being the entire forty-five-year age bracket.