Madame Tussauds Nashville opened up its doors today and last night they held their opening. Trisha Yearwood came out to see her wax figure and they could totally be twins. If Garth Brooks was there, then he would sing, “I have wives in two places”. Both of them standing in right in front of him.
Seriously, can you tell which is one the real live woman and which one is the life-size candle? They did such a good job, y’all are giving her statue XXX’s and OOO’s!
Garth Brooks and Trish Yearwood are 9 days from celebrating their 11th wedding anniversary and they look as close as ever. Could be because they are sharing one of the ugliest Christmas sweaters I have ever seen. Even though it is ugly, they still look beautiful in it.
Any couple that can make that work, will definitely have a marriage that will work!
We have seen celebrities do Mannequin Challenge at Comedy Shows, red carpets, behind the scenes of television shows, on planes while in labor and in the locker room, but Garth Brooks asked his friend in low places to take it to a whole new level of awesome. The singer made his band and crew freeze in place for a few seconds during a guitar solo and it is as epic as what he was strumming.
Just when you think someone can’t top all the other Mannequin Challenges, here comes someone who does exactly that.
Tonight at 9p on Lifetime Garth Brooks’ song Unanswered Prayers comes to life in the movie of the same name. Samantha Mathis and Eric Close are high school sweethearts who have the perfect marriage until his ex-girlfriend comes back to town. Once Eric starts talking to ex played by MÃ¤dchen Amick he realizes he still has unresolved feelings for her and the feeling is mutual. Will he destroy his perfectly happy marriage and family to be with what could’ve been or will he stay will the love of his life? Tune in to grat song that inspired a movie.
And did I mention the extremely talented legend Patty Duke also stars in the telemovie?
Garth Brooks is coming out of retirement to play several weeks in Vegas at the Wynn. The country superstar is rumored to be taking over the theater that was to be occupied by the late Danny Gans at the casino for 16 weeks in 2010 according to Robin Leach. Garth made a quick statement in Nashville that he was coming out of retirement, but did not go into much detail as he boarded a plane to Vegas. He will be holding a press conference in Sin City at 12n pst explaining it all and you can watch it on Garth Brooks.com. The show is expected to sell out quickly, so if you want tickets you better not hesitate.
Garth went into retirement back on October 26, 2000 to spend more time with his kids and his wife. I wonder if Trisha Yearwood will be opening for him?
UPDATE: Garth Brooks will be playing 15 dates starting December 11th at the Wynn Las Vegas and tickets go on sale on October 24th. All tickets are reasonable $125, seriously that is not a bad price to see him in Vegas. They will totally sell fast.