Reba McEntire Plans Tribute to Vegas Shooting Victims as She Hosts ACM Awards

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Reba McEntire will return as host of Sunday night's Academy of Country Music Awards in Las Vegas.

The superstar has vowed to properly honor the victims of the horrific Route 91 Harvest music festival massacre. 

“The show goes on and we're coming back," McEntire told Inside Edition. "We're fighters. We are going to pay tribute and let those folks know they are not forgotten and we are still praying for them."

Sunday’s event will be the country icon’s 15th time hosting the ACM Awards. She first hosted in 1986.

Also Sunday night, Carrie Underwood will make her triumphant return to the stage after suffering an injury last fall that left her with 50 stitches on her face.

She has warned fans that she may look a lot different.

"I texted her and sent her flowers and told her I’m praying for her but she's going to come back strong," McEntire added. 


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