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Reba McEntire Throws Major Shade At Roseanne Barr After She Criticized Her KFC Colonel Role

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Feb. 22 2019, Published 5:35 p.m. ET

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Reba McEntire had her own choice of words for Roseanne Barr during her appearance on Watch What Happens Live Thursday, February 21. The country singer shared her thoughts after a fan called and asked about the comedian's critiques of her KFC colonel role. Scroll through for the video!

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The fan called in and asked Reba, 63, "What was your reaction when Roseanne Barr tweeted that she would make a better KFC colonel and she doesn't even think you eat chicken?"

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That got a huge laugh out of the country star!

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"I thought it was hysterical, and she might eat more chicken than I do, I don't know," she quipped.

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Back in April, the comedian criticized the company for giving the red-headed singer the role. "Reba is not a good colonel, not as good as I would be! #Roseanne I do not believe that Reba eats fried chicken! Especially from the Colonel," she wrote.

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Watch the clip above to see Reba's answer to the question.

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What do you think of Reba's remarks? Let us know in the comments.

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