Oprah's Master Class
Before Reba McEntire was declared the queen of country, she was a small-town girl in Oklahoma. The hard work ethic Reba gained while working on her family's ranch stayed with her, from her early days singing at rodeos to her superstar success. Along her journey, she learned how to stand up for herself and believe in her own power and voice, which can be difficult in an industry filled with strong men trying to tell her what to do. Reba rose above her challenges—including losing members of her band in a tragic plane crash—and went on to make country music history.