Reba McEntire has come a long way since she charted her first number one hits, How Blue and Somebody Should Leave, back in 1984.  The still stunning redhead is about to become a member of the prestigious Country Music Hall of Fame.

Reba, in the 'Modern Era Artists' category, will join Bobby Braddock who's being inducted in the brand new 'Songwriter' category, and Jean Shepard, who's in for the 'Veterans Era Artist' category.

"We are inducting royalty this year," said Steve Moore, CMA Chief Executive Officer. "Jean and Reba are two of Country Music's most revered queens, and Bobby Braddock is a king of songwriting. All three of them refused to follow the crowd; instead, creating their own unique paths. I cannot imagine what Country Music would be like today without these three talented individuals and all of their accomplishments. They each continue to inspire me with their latest performances, albums, compositions, and productions." 

Reba was recently asked what changes she would make if she could go back in time and offer herself some advice.

The induction ceremony will take place later this year at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum.  In the meantime, not only has Reba been added to NBC's The Voice to support Blake Shelton, but she and Blake will both be hosting a 'Tornado Relief Concert' for their home state of Oklahoma on May 26th.