Reba McEntire Begs Fans to Not Believe "False" Stories in Urgent Instagram Post

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You can always count on Reba McEntire to keep it real. The 68-year-old country music icon took to Instagram to clear the air on a recent rumor and warn her fans about a potential scam using her name.

Recently, fans of The Voice may have noticed reports swirling online about Reba leaving her position as a coach on the popular singing competition show. The "Fancy" singer shut it down in no uncertain terms.

The article in question claims, "Reba McEntire Confirms She Is 'LEAVING' The Voice After her Accidental 'Live' Confession On Air." Reba covered the text with a bold red "FALSE."

She wrote in the caption, "Please do not click on any articles that say I am leaving The Voice. This is not true. These are fake websites to lure people in with clickbait where they claim I have a company to sell weight loss gummy products. This is false. I do not sell or promote any type of gummy product. Please report these posts if you see them on Facebook or Instagram."

Fans left comments like, "You tell em Reba" and "Don’t let them get you mama 👏👏👏 love you." Kristin Chenoweth chimed in with, "Ridiculous! ❤❤❤" and Lance Bass joked, "Craaaaap. I already bought them!"

Reba is far from the first celebrity whose name has been linked to fake gummy claims. Ben Napier, Trisha Yearwood, Lainey Wilson, and Dolly Parton have all warned fans about similar scams.

The good news is The Voice returned for its 25th season on February 26, and Reba was there! She's joined by returning judges Chance the Rapper and John Legend, plus new additions Dan + Shay, who are the first duo to share judging duties.

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