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Just moments before Reba McEntire takes The Colosseum stage in Las Vegas with Kix Brooks and Ronnie Dunn, she tells Brooks to “do it.” On cue, Brooks starts belting out Reba’s hit “Fancy” in a Cajun twang.
This happens before every show at Caesars Palace. It’s tradition at this point.
“That’s a demand that I’ve learned to live with,” Brooks says. “Sometimes you just gotta do what she says. You’re afraid you might get in trouble. She won’t go onstage until I do it. ”
“It’s hysterical,” Reba says with a laugh.
The trio, longtime friends, first began their “REBA, BROOKS & DUNN: Together in Vegas” residency in summer 2015, which adds up to a lot of Cajun versions of “Fancy.” For the three of them, doing a show together came naturally, much like their relationship.
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