Five years after splitting, Brooks & Dunn reunite and join forces with Reba in Vegas

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As if the idea of Brooks & Dunn reuniting on stage isn’t already too much excitement to handle – Reba McEntire is also joining the fun!

Caesars Entertainment announced in a news conference Wednesday that Reba and Brooks & Dunn will be the newest headliners to take up residency in Las Vegas, with a show at the Colosseum at Caesars Palace beginning in June.

The Colosseum was previously home to Céline Dion, who announced in August that she needed to postpone all shows indefinitely in order to focus on helping her husband, René Angélil, who is undergoing treatment for throat cancer.

Brooks & Dunn’s reunion comes five years after they called it quits, following 20 years together, to pursue solo careers. The duo previously teamed up with McEntire on their 2008 hit “Cowgirls Don’t Cry.”

Ronnie Dunn followers on social media might have guessed something big was in the works: The singer recently posted the message “Don’t touch that dial. More to come. 1. Reba signs with Nash Icon. 2. I am excited to be a part of Nash Icon … working to do this in stages ….what’s next ? RD.”

Tickets for Reba, Brooks & Dunn: Together in Vegas go on sale Dec. 4.