Storm Forces Reba to Take Cover

A tornado-generating storm forced Reba McEntire and crew to take cover in a Nashville warehouse basement yesterday (July 26) during filming of her latest music video.

Reba and members of her crew. photo courtesy VALORY MUSIC COMPANY

No one was hurt and, as you can see in the picture, they all seemed to have a good time during the storm break. The video is for her current radio single, “Turn On the Radio.”

Despite what the picture might indicate, seems things got tense for a while in that basement. They all waited in silence for a while as sirens sounded and hail pounded the warehouse.

“This is only the second time one of my video shoots as been shut down because of a storm,” Reba said in a statement.

“The last time something like this happened was on the set of the ‘Does He Love You’ video in Long Island. I hope that’s a good omen because ‘Does He Love You’ ended up being a Grammy-winning song and a great music video!”

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