Reba McEntire used to be a man?
Friday, October 17, 2008
– Reba McEntire apparently used to be a man, but that was in another life. At least that's what the singer told the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette in an interview published Thursday.
"I believe in reincarnation," McEntire said. "I believe I've gone both ways - that I have been here before as a man. I will get flak from Christians who will say I can't be a Christian if I believe this. That's true, and I'm sorry, but this is how I live my life, this is what I believe. I believe I have spent time with my son Shelby before. I believe I have spent time with other people in my life before. Who knows? Maybe I'm part Buddhist."
McEntire is in Pittsburgh this weekend as part of a tour with Kelly Clarkson.
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