HOW REBA SPENT HER WEEK OFF

Reba has been working hard on her new sitcom, "Reba," due to premiere on The WB Network on October 5. The third episode finished taping on Tuesday, and the cast received their first week off since production began.

Reba has given interviews to "TV Guide" and the "San Francisco Chronicle," was part of the star-studded cast of last Friday's benefit telethon "America: A Tribute To Heroes" and added her talents to the Michael Jackson recording "What More Can I Give?"

Reba and Jackson met in London last year at a benefit celebrating Elizabeth Taylor's designation as a Dame, and when the call came from Jackson asking her to work on this project, Reba was happy to participate.

Proceeds for the recording will be donated to the victims and families of the attack on September 11. Other artists participating on "What More Can I Give" are: Celine Dion, Destiny's Child, Mya, Britney Spears, and Justin Timberlake.

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