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T-Pain Hilariously Responds to Reba McEntire’s Super Bowl Pic After She Quotes His Song

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Reba McEntire knows a hit caption — and T-Pain knows how to embrace a shout out! 

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On Sunday, McEntire took to social media to show off her pre-Super Bowl LVIII look. In the pics, shared on both X (formally known as Twitter) and Instagram, the 68-year-old country crooner poses by a  window in her hotel room that overlooks the Las Vegas strip.

The “Is There Life Out There” singer rocked an ice blue faux fur coat that she paired with sleek blue denim pants and matching boots. 

“Boots with the fur…#SuperBowlLVIII  ready!,” the Reba star captioned the picture, quoting T-Pain and Flo Rida’s hit, “Low.” 

T-Pain quickly took notice of the caption, and finished the lyric. “The whole club lookin at herrrrrrrrr,” he responded.

McEntire clearly loved the response as she replied with a gif of her iconic point from the opening credits. 

It was a big night for the country music veteran, who performed the national anthem prior to the big game, which saw the Kansas City Chiefs beat the San Francisco 49ers in overtime. 

For her performance, McEntire wore a completely different look. As she took her place inside of Allegiant Stadium, McEntire wore a custom Ralph Lauren Western-inspired blazer with over 175,800 transparent Swarovski crystals and black suede bootcut pants with hand-embroidered florals and fringe. 

McEntire’s rendition of “The Star Spangled Banner” lasted one minute and 40 seconds, marking the quickest version of the song since Kelly Clarkson’s rendition in 2012.

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Ahead of taking the stage, McEntire and her boyfriend, Rex Linn, hilariously took bets on her national anthem performance. 

“When Rex wants to bet on the National Anthem length…,” she wrote next to the video of her and her love recreating a classic Friends scene from season 5, “The One Where Everybody Finds Out,” or as most fans remember it — the one where “they don’t know we know they know we know.”

Last week, The Voice coach spoke alongside Post Malone and Andra Day, during the Apple Music Halftime Show press conference and shared how she was prepping for her Super Bowl debut. 

“I prepare by being prepared,” she joked ahead of the big game. “I’ve been singing the national anthem in the shower, when we get in the car.”

“Rex [Linn], my boyfriend, is a huge football fan, played all sports when he was going to school,” the Big Sky star continued. “And so he’ll say, ‘OK, sing it one more time.’ I said, ‘I think I know the words real good right now so I’m all right.'”

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