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WASHINGTON DC - DECEMBER 1: Rebe McEntire, one of the recipients of the 41st Annual Kennedy Center Honors, as he poses for a group photo following a dinner hosted by United States Deputy Secretary of State John J. Sullivan in their honor at the US Department of State on December 1, 2018 in Washington, D.C.. The 2018 honorees are: singer and actress Cher; composer and pianist Philip Glass; Country music entertainer Reba McEntire; and jazz saxophonist and composer Wayne Shorter. This year, the co-creators of Hamilton, writer and actor Lin-Manuel Miranda; director Thomas Kail; choreographer Andy Blankenbuehler; and music director Alex Lacamoire will receive a unique Kennedy Center Honors as trailblazing creators of a transformative work that defies category. (Photo by Ron Sachs - Pool /Getty Images)

Reba sat down to talk to People and shared that she wants to collaborate with Cher, Pink and Bruno Mars.

“I’m A huge Cher fan,” she said of her fellow Kennedy Center honoree. “Wouldn’t that be fun, wouldn’t that be fun.”

She continued, “You know there are people you want to go work with, you know like Pink, Bruno Mars, that might be two things you never think of, but Dolly Parton and Cher, of course.”

Reba also talked about her brand new album out next Friday (4/5) Strong Than The Truth explaining, “It’s more country. It’s the kind of songs I grew up singing.”

She and her siblings Pake and Suzy grew up singing as “The Singing McEntires” in dancehalls and clubs all over their native Oklahoma.

Reba will host the Academy of Country Music Awards on Sunday, April 7 live from Las Vegas on CBS.

-Nancy Brooks