Reba McEntire showed off her boyfriend, actor Rex Linn, weeks after confirming the romance. On Instagram, she posted a loved-up picture to her and him.
Reba McEntire Reveals His Nickname In The New Post
The country music icon, revealed earlier this month that she and Linn, are officially a couple. You might remember, Linn for her performance on the “Big Bang Theory” prequel, “Young Sheldon” and “Better Call Saul.”. “CSI: Miami” fans might also remember Linn as Frank Tripp from his days on the CBS series.
On Monday, the “Reba” star told to Instagram to post an adorable photo of the pair smiling wide. The couple was sitting atop a cooler on the grass. She indicated that the two were enjoying a trip to Montana. Also, to revealing the nickname that she had given Linn.
McEntire captioned the pic: “Fun in MT with my Sugar Tot!!! @rexlinn13.”
Linn also shared the same photo to his Instagram account. Again, referring McEntire as his “tater tot.” Also, to call the actress an “Angel on the ground.”
Split From Boyfriend Anthony “Skeeter” Lasuzzo
In November 2019, McEntire split from boyfriend Anthony “Skeeter” Lasuzzo.
This was the time that the former pair declared that they would be separated for the holidays.
Reba also talked about relationships on her podcast, “Living & Learning with Reba McEntire, ” recently.
She co-hosted with her friend Melissa Peterman, also joined by author and speaker Annie F. Downs. They discussed their belief and how it plays a part in their dating lives.
McEntire asked Downs: “You have any tips regarding dating outside of your faith?”
Downs admitted she’s walked down that road before and it eventually caused some difficulties in her past relationships.
She revealed: “Once or twice I’ve dated men who don’t believe the big things I believe…I think that’s where especially young Christian women can mess up…of going like well, he doesn’t think this this this and this. I’m like, ‘yo, pump the brakes.'”
Further adding that she likes to “make sure we’re on the same map” in terms of religion in relationships.