Reba McEntire Reflects on Joy Amid The Voice Season and Reveals New Year Resolutions
Reba McEntire shares her happiness secrets, reflects on her debut coaching season on The Voice, and unveils personal and professional resolutions as the show’s finale approaches, promising an emotional night of performances and talent.
Reba McEntire, the renowned country icon, opens up about her personal joy and reflections on her debut season as a coach on The Voice.
In an interview with PEOPLE, McEntire, 68, expressed contentment, emphasizing the positive aspects of her life that bring her immense happiness, from her loving relationship with actor Rex Linn to the well-being of her children and family.
Ahead of The Voice finale, where her contestants Jacquie Roar and Ruby Leigh compete, McEntire focuses on encouraging their best performances, urging them to relish the experience and celebrate regardless of the outcome.
Reflecting on her inaugural season as a coach, McEntire cherishes the camaraderie forged with fellow coaches Gwen Stefani, John Legend, and Niall Horan, highlighting the joy of making new connections and forming lasting friendships.
Looking toward the new year, McEntire shares her resolutions: professionally, to embrace what brings joy and decline what doesn’t, and personally, to sustain happiness and well-being.
The Voice finale airs Tuesday at 9 p.m. ET on NBC, featuring Roar, Leigh, and other contestants vying for the prestigious title.