Reba McEntire opened up about what it was like to start out dealing with her personal enterprise ventures after two very dramatic private losses in 2015. 

The singer and actress appeared on the newest episode of the Apple Fitness+ sequence “Time to Walk.” McEntire, 66, defined that she needed to take cost of her personal enterprise choices after her divorce from Narvel Blackstock in 2015. At the time, he was additionally her supervisor. 

McEntire’s divorce passed off simply after the dying of her father in addition to the departure of her CEO and her supervisor from her enterprise.

“Things started going south with my marriage. Narvel Blackstock, my manager and husband at the time — we got a divorce, and the shocker of it all was, there were four people who were taking care of all my business,” she defined (through People). “I had my production manager who left, I had my CEO who left, my manager and husband, and my father had died. So four men who were rock and pillars of my world were gone.”


Reba McEntire opened up about how she handled her divorce in 2015.

Reba McEntire opened up about how she dealt with her divorce in 2015.
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Although the profitable artist by no means had hassle making a living, it wasn’t till she was compelled to start out doing the duties that these males beforehand offered that she gained some perspective into what went into the McEntire empire. 

“I started realizing how much water cost, and the electric bill, and all the things that was going on in my life,” she joked. “I made the money, I brought it home. So it was a huge, huge change for me.”

The star says she was capable of take care of the lack of her father in addition to the break up together with her husband of 26 years thanks largely to her religion. 

Reba McEntire was married to Narvel Blackstock for roughly 26 years before they divorced in 2015.

Reba McEntire was married to Narvel Blackstock for roughly 26 years earlier than they divorced in 2015.
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“Everything that I was dealing with privately, personally — I had to run it all through God. I had to say, ‘OK big boy, I can’t handle this. This is way over my pay grade — I don’t know what to do,'” she concluded. “And I would wait, and He would guide me. And so without my faith, I have no idea where I would be or my career would be, at this time today.”