For the first time since Reba McEntire lost her band in a plane crash, she's opening up about what she calls 'her darkest hour.'  She'll be on 'Oprah's Master Class' on OWN.

In 1991 a plane Reba was suppose to be on, crashed and killed seven of her band mates, her tour manager and the private plane's two pilots.  Reba had bronchitis at the time and stayed overnight in California.  She had planned to fly to the show in Indiana the next morning.  Reba tells Oprah she 'thought it was all over.'  She eventually came to terms with the loss and dedicated her next album, 'For My Next Broken Heart,' to those lives lost.

Her interview with Oprah is one of the first times Reba has agreed to talk about the death of her friends since the accident happened.  No air date has been announced yet but the 'Master Class' series will kick off its second season January 8th on OWN.

Jane Fonda, Goldie Hawn, Sidney Poitier, Morgan Freeman, media mogul philanthropist Ted Turner, and Bon Jovi will all be part of the series that features people who are considered masters of their crafts, talking about the highs and lows of their careers.