Vince Gill Laughs and Cries Getting His Hollywood Star

Vince at first was moved that Reba showed: “But then I said, ‘Hell it ain't that big a deal, she lives here!’”

Vince Gill is a guy who isn't afraid to show his emotions, and that's exactly what happened when he got his star on the Hollwyood Walk of Fame.

His buddy Reba McEntire spoke movingly of how Vince helped her after members of her band died in a plane crash. And Vince was indeed moved.

But he also used his lightning-quick wit to lift everyone back up.

“I got a little lump in my throat when I saw Reba showed up,” he said.  “But then I said, ‘Hell it ain't that big a deal, she lives here!’”

Vince's wife, Amy Grant, also spoke lovingly about Vince—and Vince returned the favor, which included another joke, about his star being near Amy's.

“They graciously have put us right next to each other. I think there's one star in between us. Whoever that is, I'll have them hurt,” he said.

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