There’s never enough Reba! Today Spotify announced that Reba McEntire’s podcast “Living & Learning with Reba McEntire” will be returning with a second season. The season will premiere on October 25th. Reba talks, we listen.
“Living & Learning with Reba McEntire” delves into the way that Reba approaches and lives life. The podcast is inspiring, uplifting, and brims with life lessons. Each episode sees curiosity paired with knowledge, cherried by McEntire’s own experiences. These lessons are coupled with celebrity guests and old friends share their stories as well. The music legend talks with old friends and inaugurates relationships with new ones.
Season one of Reba McEntire’s podcast hosts a slew of famous friends including Thomas Rhett and Lauren Atkins, and Glennon Doyle. Dolly Parton, Jane Fonda, and Kristin Chenoweth. Furthermore, McEntire talks about forging your own path with Dolly Parton, Friendships with Lauren Alaina and Leslie Jordan, and Faith with Lauren Daigle and Annie F. Downs.
Additionally, this season’s trailer features Reba and friend Melissa Peterman as they hint about topics discussed. Some of those topics include reincarnation, good health, and cancel culture. McEntire also welcomes experts on the topics as they spill their greatest life’s advice. Each episode enlists the help of an expert and fellow celebrity.
Season two’s guests include Lady A, Trisha Yearwood, and more. Also, the singer’s own boyfriend Rex Linn will be making an appearance this season. She talks relationships with Linn, giving back with country trio Lady A, and growing and shaping your career with Trisha Yearwood.
Did You Know This About Reba?
Reba stopped by Bobby Bones’ house to record an episode of the Bobbycast. McEntire confronted some rumors about herself that may or may not be valid. One of these rumors was shockingly accurate.
McEntire turned down a role on Titanic. Yup! She said no. The role of “The Unsinkable Molly Brown” was Reba’s but, unfortunately, a scheduling conflict arose. The filming of the movie was taking place the same time as her concert tour. She didn’t want to disappoint fans who bought tickets. As a result, she politely declined.
Don’t expect to see an assistant for shopping for the singer. Reba enjoys grocery shopping and even goes to Starbucks. If you see her out and above taking care of some shopping, even if you’re afraid to say hello! She says, it rarely bothers her. She won’t bite!
Her last confession reveals that her two biggest songs “Fancy” and “The Nights The Lights Went Out with Georgia” are both covers. Bobbie Gentry released “Fancy” for her album, and McEntire confesses that she was advised not to sing the song. She did anyway and it became one of her biggest successes. “The Nights The Lights Went Out with Georgia” was originally released by Vicki Lawrence, and when McEntire did finally record and release her own version, Lawrence invited her to sing it on her show with her.