Reba Sets First-Week Sales Record

With a little help from her talented friends, Reba McEntire's Duets CD gave the legendary singer her best first sales week ever.

Proving that she's got not only incredible talent, but incredible staying power, Reba McEnire set her all-time first-week sales record with more than 300,000 copies of her 31st album, her new Duets CD. It's not only her best first week ever on the Billboard country album charts, but Duets topped the all-genre Billboard 200 album chart, too—the first time she's ever achieved that milestone. A thrilled Reba said being able to share the accomplishment with so many of her fellow performers and other friends is the "icing on the cake." For more Reba, check out the cover story in the current (Oct. 8) issue of Country Weekly.

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