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  • May 6, 1985
    Reba McEntire wins Top Female Vocalist in the 20th annual Academy Of Country Music awards, aired on NBC from Knott's Berry Farm in Buena Park, California
    May 11, 1985
    Reba McEntire arrives in the top spot on the Billboard country singles chart with "Somebody Should Leave"
    May 30, 1985
    MCA releases Reba McEntire's "Have I Got A Deal For You"
    Jun 10, 1985
    MCA releases Reba McEntire's album "Have I Got A Deal For You"
    Aug 20, 1985
    Ricky Skaggs leads with six nominations for the Country Music Association awards. Alabama, George Strait and Lee Greenwood each get four nominations. Those four are finalists for the Entertainer of the Year title, along with Reba McEntire
    Sep 28, 1985
    Reba McEntire performs "Somebody Should Leave" for the cameras on TV's "Hee Haw." The episode also features John Hartford and The Osmond Brothers
    Oct 14, 1985
    Reba McEntire repeats as Female Vocalist of the Year during the 19th annual Country Music Association awards at Nashville's Grand Ole Opry House
    Oct 19, 1985
    Reba McEntire sings the national anthem prior to the first game of the World Series at Royal Stadium in Kansas City. The Cardinals beat the Royals, 3-1
    Jan 14, 1986
    Reba McEntire joins the Grand Ole Opry during a CBS special celebrating the Opry's 60th anniversary. Hank Snow boycotts the special when producers limit him to one verse of "I'm Moving On"
    Jan 17, 1986
    Reba McEntire makes her first official Grand Ole Opry appearance after being inducted at a TV taping. She performs her new single "Whoever's In New England"

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