Twitter Thanks Garth Brooks and Trisha Yearwood for Bringing Much-Needed Joy With Live TV Special
After nearly breaking Facebook last week with an at-home concert, the married country superstars brought their musical stylings to broadcast TV on Wednesday with Garth and Trish Live!, a musical special on CBS.
As expected, the pair came together in their home recording space, Studio G, and belted out some of their favorite songs while sharing stories and taking requests from fans on Twitter. It was a wholesome showcase of love, creativity, talent and joy, and the couples' fans were here for it.
Vocal fans flooded onto Twitter throughout the special, sharing messages of appreciation for the pair, and gleefully sharing how the special was a ray of sunshine in these troubled times.
Garth Brooks and Trisha Yearwood are going to get me through this quarantine singlehandedly #GarthAndTrishaLIVE— REC (@travelgato) April 2, 2020
#GarthAndTrishaLIVE Note to self for 2020: Find a man who looks at me and compliments me as lovingly and easily as @garthbrooks does for @trishayearwood It's a beautiful thing. Thank you for doing this.— Brittney M. (@Sharx54) April 2, 2020
I didn’t realize how Garth Brooks and Trisha Yearwood could heal my soul, but I’m chugging a bottle of wine and just feeling alive for the first time in three weeks. #GarthAndTrishaLIVE— Justin Kirkland (@justinkirkland4) April 2, 2020
I had no idea I needed to see Trisha wing it singing "Girl Crush" live in the same outfit every Midwestern woman wears to Walmart after church while Garth played guitar & praised the song from their home studio. God bless country music that's all #GarthAndTrishaLIVE— Sarah Smarsh 🌻 (@Sarah_Smarsh) April 2, 2020
@garthbrooks my one year old, Lennon, is enjoying the show! My forever request is Learning To Live Again! ❤️Amanda in KC! #GarthAndTrishaLIVE #StudioG #AskGarth @BryanMMoore @ThatSamOlson @trishayearwood pic.twitter.com/QlliU8Ya7C— Amanda Brooke (@AmandaBrooke77) April 2, 2020
Thank you both so much for tonight and bringing us dome joy.#GarthAndTrishaLIVE— Karen Martinez (@mkueen) April 2, 2020
Earlier this week, ET's Kevin Frazier spoke with Brooks and Yearwood via video chat, and the pair opened up about bringing their at-home concert to the airwaves.
"This is not going to be a polished network special -- it's gonna be very much like what you saw last week," Yearwood explained. "We're gonna throw in some different songs, but [it'll be] just very loose and very much for the people… it's for all of us to just be together."
Check out the video below to hear more from the loving couple about how they are staying strong in self-isolation.
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