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Reba McEntire talks about her late mother and re-release of ‘What If’

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Joining TODAY from Nashville, three-time Grammy winner Reba McEntire talks about the “huge blessing” of spending time under quarantine with family after her mom’s recent death from cancer at age 93. She also talks about the re-release of her inspiring music video “What If” and the prospects of a cast reunion of her sitcom “Reba.”