Over the next few months, Reba McEntire will restake her claim as country's queen. She recently wrapped up production on her upcoming CBS made-for-TV movie Forever Love where she will star as a woman who is comatose for 20 years and wakes up to a whole new world. She also just hosted her 1998 Reba McEntire Pro Celebrity Auction/Rodeo which raised $215,000 for Children's Medical Research in Oklahoma City and hooked up with photographer Annie Leibovitz in New York for an Anne Klein photo shoot. She will join several other women chosen from different career backgrounds for an ad campaign entitled "Significant Women" to be unveiled this fall. Naturally, that's still not enough to keep her busy. Over the next couple of weeks, she and duet partners Brooks & Dunn will get together to shoot a video for their upcoming single "If You See Him/If You See Her". The song will be featured on each of their individual albums that will be released simultaneously on June 2. Following the video shoot, Reba will set out for a six-week tour of Austrailia with Kenny Rogers. She will then return to the States to begin rehearsals for her second consecutive co-headlining tour with Brooks & Dunn. Last year, the tour was the largest grossing tour in the history of country music. Whew!!