Reba McEntire Revealed a Gorgeous New Hairdo at Loretta Lynn's Benefit Concert

Reba McEntire Revealed a Gorgeous New Hairdo at Loretta Lynn's Benefit Concert
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We're so excited to see Reba McEntire back on stage and with a brand-new look!

On September 13, the Grand Ole Opry hosted the "Loretta Lynn’s Friends: Hometown Rising" benefit concert to support Tennessee flood victims. According to Loretta's website, the concert, which featured Reba along with Luke Bryan, Keith Urban, Garth Brooks, and more country music stars, has raised nearly $1 million.

For the show, Reba took the Grand Ole Opry stage to perform her hits "Fancy" and "I'm a Survivor," the theme song from her TV show, Reba. As we watched, we couldn't help but notice something different about the red-headed star: a chic new hairstyle! Gone are the singer's shoulder-length waves. Instead, she paired her fringed leather jacket, cowboy boots, and black nail polish with a sleek chin-length bob, and we have to say she is rocking the look.

Photo credit: Loretta Lynn’s Friends: Hometown Rising/Youtube
Photo credit: Loretta Lynn’s Friends: Hometown Rising/Youtube

While in the past we've seen Reba with straight hair and short hair, we've definitely never seen in both together. Especially for awards shows and other performances — the country singer usually likes to wear her hair longer. But also, you'll notice that for this benefit concert, her hair color was a deep red versus the vibrant copper she usually wears. You can see Reba's performace below around the 28-minute mark.

Although, by the looks of it on Instagram, it doesn't seem like Reba has kept this hairdo. Many of her recent photos feature her signature style.

Either way, no matter how Reba wears her hair, she looks beautiful!

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