"The whole club lookin at herrrrrrrrr," the rapper wrote on X (formerly known as Twitter) in response to McEntire's style post
Ahead of the 2024 Super Bowl at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas where the Kansas City Chiefs battled the San Francisco 49ers, the "Fancy" singer, 68, posted two photos of herself to X (formerly known as Twitter) posing with her signature red bob in an oversized, cerulean fur coat with jeans and blue cowboy boots with a caption appearing to reference lyrics from "Low," Flo Rida's 2007 hit with T-Pain.
"Boots with the fur…#SuperBowlLVIII ready!" she captioned the post, which didn't actually feature her wearing boots with fur.
— Reba McEntire (@reba) February 11, 2024
In the midst of the game, the "Bartender" artist, 39, decided to deliver a playful response to McEntire's post, quote tweeting her original post with another lyric from "Low."
When the country icon arrived at the Super Bowl — where she delivered a moving rendition of the national anthem — she sported a different look: a tan blazer, black shirt, beaded fringe jeans and a giant belt buckle.
McEntire serenaded the crowd with her signature country twang and audiences caught glimpses of the large American flag on the field.
The camera also panned to shots of the stadium's fireworks during the song as well as clips of several members of the competing teams, including last year's winners, Patrick Mahomes and Travis Kelce. Some player were even shown tearing up during her set.
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In the days leading up to her Super Bowl performance, McEntire spoke with PEOPLE about how much she was looking forward to performing "The Star-Spangled Banner."
"Oh, I'm so excited. You know, it's not about me. It's about everybody who has worked so hard to get to the Super Bowl, and my job is to bring the patriotism," the three-time Grammy winner said in an interview about her new collaboration with Sonic.
"I'm going to be singing for not only the people who are going to be performing and playing on the field that day, but it's for everybody who has worked so hard to ensure our freedom and try to have as much peace on earth as we can," McEntire said. "It's not about me. I'm just the conduit and the water hose who gets to sing the song."
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