Country’s power couple is back and not going anywhere anytime soon! Garth Brooks and Trisha Yearwood took the stage together at the 2016 CMA Awards to perform a medley of classics.
You can’t celebrate 50 years of country music without Garth Brooks and Trisha Yearwood! The pair performed at the Country Music Association Awards on Nov. 2, celebrating country music with a medley of songs including “Jackson,” “Chug a lug,” “Don’t It Make My Brown Eyes Blue,” “Louisiana Woman, Mississippi Man,” “Rose Garden,” “Don’t Close Your Eyes,” and “Golden Ring.” After their performance, they both took bows before he grabbed her face and kissed her right on the lips.
These two absolutely lit up the stage together — which is not surprising.
— Good Morning America (@GMA) November 3, 2016
In July, she joined Garth at a concert at Yankee Stadium in New York City — his first time in New York in nearly 20 years; in 1997, he played a free show in Central Park where close to a million people appeared. During his show in NYC, she came out to sing a few songs solo and joined her husband of eleven years with some duets as well.
The couple is set to release their first ever Christmas album together, full of duets, on Nov. 11. “What I love about it is it’s not just 10 duets blowing in your face,” Garth told Rolling Stone about the album.. “We’ll have three or four [together], and she’ll have two or three. . . I’ll have two or three. And like all of my stuff, she’s singing on the background of my songs. She’s never invited me to sing on her records, but anyway!
HollywoodLifers, did you love their performance?