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Reba McEntire has all the glitz and glamour of a true country queen. But you probably never thought of her as a queen of dance and disco, right? Well think again.
That’s right, in 1995, McEntire released an album of cover songs titled Starting Over that featured her versions of songs by Patti LaBelle, Linda Ronstadt, and more. The album was something different than she had ever done, with Trisha Yearwood and Martina McBride joining in for a special rendition of LaBelle’s “On My Own”.
The cover that really made a splash was McEntire’s version of the Supremes classic “You Keep Me Hangin’ On” with an added remix by the Grammy nominated, Love to Infinity.
The remix was released to dance clubs all across the country, reaching #2 on Billboard‘s Hot Dance Club Play chart for two weeks in 1996. The video below features McEntire in full pop-diva fashion, with big hair and even bigger shoulder pads! Surrounded by a group of background dancers, she shows off her moves!
It is unsuspecting, but McEntire had a brief stint as a pop-dance star, and the video below is proof enough for us. Watch her performing “You Keep Me Hangin’ On” below!
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