Even stars critique themselves.

By Perri Ormont Blumberg
June 4, 2019
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In our eyes, Reba can do no wrong. (Can we get that on a t-shirt?)

But the country great recently opened up about one regret she has from her wildly successful career. In a recent interview with Billboard, Reba shared, "There was a time that I [covered Beyoncé’s] 'If I Were a Boy.' We had done that for [Unplugged on CMT in 2010], and the record label really wanted me to record it and put it out as a single. I didn’t feel real good about it. It wasn’t that successful. The people in the music industry, they’re professionals, and sometimes you have to go with the team. It just didn’t work out." You can watch Reba's take on the tune below.

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Though she might have a sour taste in her mouth from that particular recording, Reba has plenty to celebrate in her impressive time under the spotlight, ranging from ACM Awards to a spot as an inductee in the Country Music Hall of Fame.

And dare we say it, Reba, but we think you did Beyoncé proud.

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