Reba is singing, dancing, and power-walking her way through Sin City with a new co-headlining Caesars Palace residency with Brooks & Dunn. ET's own Nischelle Turner got the scoop on the trio's new show.
"We got us a redhead!" Kix Brooks hollers, responding to his counterpart's observation that the duo "didn't have a hot chick singer stand-in before."
Clearly, the collaboration is working. Reba and Brooks & Dunn's freshly minted show is already earning critical acclaim as fans revel in two hours of non-stop hits.
"We're singing on her songs, she's singing on ours," says Brooks. "Creatively, it's not what we did all those years [before]... it's a new fun thing to do."
The show's creative may be different, but rest assured that these three know what the fans are looking for. Aside from Reba's current single, the female empowerment anthem "Going Out Like That," the crew promises to deliver No. 1 hit after No. 1 hit during their Vegas spectacular.
"I'm givin' them what they came for, " says Reba. "The hits [the fans] made No. 1s. "
The longtime pals are the latest in a growing roster of A-list Las Vegas headliners, including Britney Spears, Mariah Carey and Jennifer Lopez. "It's not as hard as going on tour, for sure. It's almost the opposite," says Ronnie Dunn.
"The last time we toured we had 21 trucks and 19 tour busses," Brooks adds. "So when you're over dinner talking about, 'God, wouldn't it be fun to play together sometime,' I think the conversation immediately went, 'If we could go to Vegas and build a set and it would be there, and we could hang out and do the fun things we like, go have dinner every night and not worry about loading up and traveling every day and all the things that go with touring -- that'd be fun!'"
While visitors soak in all the nightlife that the city has to offer, Reba and Brooks like to take advantage of those quiet Las Vegas mornings.
"We like to get up early in the morning and go walkin'," she says. "We found that nobody in the building gets up before 10 o'clock, so if you get up early you can cruise this place and make some pretty good tracks out there," adds Brooks.
If they do run into fans? Reba says it's all good.
"There's so many impersonators in town too, that people will see me and they go, 'Oh, yeah right,'" she says with a smile, "and I just keep on walkin'!"