Chapter 21 of 21 from Reba McEntire

Bonus Chapter: "Does He Love You" Performance

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Reba performs her Grammy-winning hit "Does He Love You" exclusively for her MasterClass.

Topics include: Reba's special performance for her MasterClass students.

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Reba McEntire Teaches Country Music

Reba teaches her approach to making great country music and navigating the business in 21 video lessons.

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It's a lot of fun to get to do a duet. Number one, you get to sing with another person. It's fun to play off of that other person, whether it's on the record, or live on stage, or both. It's a lot of fun to get to do. And then you might ask, well, how do you practice doing a duet? Well, you just keep singing it back and forth, over and over. And then when you really get to do it on stage-- sing the duet onstage, it's a lot of fun because that eye contact. How much do you do eye contact with the person you're singing with? And then how much do you go with the audience? So that's what you have to practice. [MUSIC - REBA MCENTIRE, "DOES HE LOVE YOU"] I've known about you, for a while now. When he leaves me he wears a smile now. As soon as he's away from me, in your arms is where he wants to be. But you're the one he rushes home to. And you're the one he gave his name to. Well, I never see his face in the early morning light. You have his mornings, his daytimes, and sometimes I have his nights. Oh, does he love you-- does he love you, like he loves me-- like he loves me? Does he think of you-- does he think of you, when he's holding me? And does he whisper-- does he whisper all his fantasies? Does he love you-- does he love you, like he's been loving me? Oh, but when he's with me, he says he needs me. And that he wants me. That he believes in me. And when I'm in his arms, he swears there's no one else. Is he deceiving me or am I deceiving myself? Am I deceiving myself? Oh, does he love you-- does he love you, like he loves me-- like he loves me? Does he think of you-- does he think of you, when he's holding me? And does he whisper-- does he whisper all his fantasies? Does he love you-- does he love you, like he's been loving me? Well I should not lose my temper. I should not be ashamed. Cause I have everything to lose. And I-- I have nothing to gain. Does he love you-- does he love you, like he loves me-- like he loves me? Does he think of you-- does he think of you, when he's holding me? And does he whisper-- does he whisper all his fantasies? Does he love you-- does he love you, like he's been loving me? Oh, does he love you? Jennifer Wrinkle helped me out with that song. I appreciate you very much, Jen. See, it's very important to just find somebody that you have fun singing with onstage. Somebody that likes to-- that will spar with you a little bit. Or just sing a real sad song or a happy song, either one. We have fun onstage and that's the most important thing about doing a duet. A duet is to have fun. And Jennifer does it for me. Thank you very much Jennifer. I hope that helps you a bunch on how to sing a duet. Finding the song's very important. Make sure it's fun. And make sure you find a good duet partner to sing with you.

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You know her songs. Her Oklahoma charm. Now learn directly from Reba in her first-ever online class. Join her as she records a never-before-heard song, creates a new acoustic version of Fancy, breaks down her hits, and delivers emotional performances on the stage of the Grand Ole Opry. This is more than a music class. This is Reba's life, business, and country music MasterClass.

Watch, listen, and learn as Reba covers everything from choosing the right song to navigating the music business.

A downloadable workbook accompanies the class with lesson recaps and supplemental materials.

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Reba McEntire

Reba McEntire Teaches Country Music