It should come as no surprise that Reba McEntire's net worth is sky-high. (Well, $95 million, to be exact.)
Throughout her decades-long career, the Queen of Country, 68, has sold over 90 million records worldwide, earning three Grammys and 19 Academy of Country Music Awards along the way. Not to mention her Emmy-nominated sitcom, Reba, which ran for six seasons. And the singer was chosen to sing the National Anthem at the 2024 Super Bowl.
To top it off, it was announced last year that McEntire would join season 24 of The Voice, alongside Gwen Stefani, Niall Horan and John Legend. While speaking with USA Today about her experience so far, she said, “You always want to learn new things. That was what was so much fun sitting and listening to the other coaches, what they would say to the contestants. It just made it very interesting to apply to my own career, because you're always looking for advice yourself.”
Not surprisingly, McEntire coached her first team like a pro and will return for season 25 on February 26—and we imagine that with her coaching gig her net worth will soar even higher. But how exactly did the country singer earn her fortune? And how much does McEntire make on The Voice? Keep reading for details on Reba McEntire’s net worth.