Genre: Cancer survivor drama
A cancer survivor, desperate to secure her daughter's operation, enters a wet T-shirt contest sponsored by the man who caused her breast cancer.
REBA takes care of her transgender daughter, MIKA, after her ex-husband, TROY, never forgave Reba for allowing his son to turn into a girl. A diagnosis that Mika will go blind forces Reba to extraordinary measures when she finds out about an online wet T-shirt contest with surgery of choice as its main prize.
At her breast cancer support group, Reba exchanges her thoughts with her friends, who are her only support. She enters the wet T-shirt contest and against all the odds advances in its semifinals when she joins a beauty clinic and finds out about a possible in-house credit. Reba's honesty gets her into the wet T-shirt finals; however, Reba drops out, thinking she will get the money through her in-house credit at the beauty clinic. When Mika goes missing, Reba locates her daughter together with the nanny, who stole four children, ordered by Reba's beauty instructor, who needs them to settle his money problems. Reba's motherly instincts save Mika and the kidnapped girls and leave Reba without the much-needed in-house credit.
Reba re-enters the wet T-shirt contest and meets its sponsor, Troy, who skirmishes to get Reba out of the competition. Reba reveals, live on stage, and in front of millions online, what breast cancer did to her. Reba went flat, and Troy had no idea about it. Her revelation disqualifies Reba from the contest, which turns into her savior. The people that voted for Reba also heard her story about Mika and donated whatever they could to secure Mika's operation. With Mika's backing, Reba gives Troy another chance to be Mika's father and a part of their family.