In case you weren’t aware, Reba McEntire joined TikTok, and her content never fails to amaze us.
In her latest post, the “Fancy” singer proved she too could keep up with the latest trends on the popular app. Recently, clips circulating the platform feature videos of her fans doing different chores or other difficult activities with her song, “I’m a Survivor,” playing in the background.
Now, it seems like the 66-year-old country music legend is hopping on her own trend. On Monday, Mcentire published her own take on the trend, showing herself working on her farm. In the clip, her followers can see McEntire carrying two buckets to her donkeys.
During the video, you can hear the lyrics to her classic hit. “A single mom who works two jobs. Who loves her kids and never stops,” the song says over the video. “With gentle hands and heart of a fighter. When McEntire reaches her fence and holds food out for the animals, the donkeys end up looking uninterested and paying her no mind.
The icon then turns to the camera and lip-syncs along to the song’s most famous line: “I’m a survivor.”
In just a day, the video has gained over 13 million views and 3.2 million likes. “The fact she knows and gets it and then does it. I love you,” commented one viewer. “Reba for president,” joked another. “Alright y’all pack it up, the trend is over, she won,” commented someone else.
The song was the theme song for McEntire’s popular TV show. of the early 2000s, “Reba.” Other users participating in the trend feature them hilariously praising themselves for completing mundane tasks like pumping gas and taking out the trash.
Reba Mcentire Gets in on Her Own Tiktok Trend
The sitcom aired between 2001 and 2007 and starred Reba McEntire as a divorced mother. The show followed the storyline of Reba, a newly single mom working multiple jobs to keep her family afloat.
On her Instagram, McEntire often shows off her love for her farm animals. In her posts, she often gives them different personalities.
In November, she shared a pic of herself and her boyfriend, Rex Linn, holding one of her chickens, which she hilariously dubbed Mr. Pecker. Later, she posted another pic of herself and Linn with one of her donkeys named Poncho.
“When Poncho got wind of the picture of Rex and me with Mr. Pecker, he got his feelings hurt,” she wrote in the caption. “So here is Poncho. Please don’t tell Lefty….”
A few days later, McEntire kept the joke going when she shared a photo of her horses.
“Well, the boys heard about the picture of Rex and me with Poncho,” the singer-songwriter captioned a photo of her walking her group of horses. “They got their feelings hurt. So here’s a picture of me and the boys.… Don’t tell Lefty.”