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Reba McEntire joins Frank Marino’s ‘Divas’ lineup at the Quad

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Frank Marino is presented with his second Star on The Las Vegas Walk of Stars at his show Frank Marino’s Diva’s Las Vegas at The Imperial Palace on Feb.25, 2010.
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Time to make way for another diva, Las Vegas: Just ahead of this weekend’s 2013 American Country Music Awards, country songstress Reba McEntire will join the lineup of female superstars impersonated in Frank Marino’s “Divas Las Vegas” at the Quad.

Performer Ryan Zink will appear as McEntire, following the recent additions of Adele and Shania Twain to the show’s bill. He previously performed as McEntire alongside Marino in “Evening at La Cage” at the Riviera, which was shuttered in 2009.

In “Divas,” Zink will perform McEntire’s hit “Fancy” as part of a new “Queens of Country” number, which also features Andrew Ryan as Twain and Kenneth Blake as Dolly Parton.

“There is no other show in Las Vegas where you can catch all of the hottest divas in entertainment under one roof,” said “Divas” host and creator Marino in a statement. “‘Divas Las Vegas’ consistently strives to be the first show to add new characters like Shania, Adele and now Reba.”

McEntire is the latest entertainer to be added to the show’s slate of 17 characters, who range from Las Vegas favorites like Cher to contemporary pop stars like Beyonce and Lady Gaga.

Show times and ticket information can be found on the Quad’s website.

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