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Garth Brooks 'Scores Big Points' Cooking for Wife Trisha Yearwood: 'There's a Lot of Quiet Dinners'

Garth Brooks 'Scores Big Points' Cooking for Wife Trisha Yearwood: 'There's a Lot of Quiet Dinners'

Originally posted 09/12/2016 11:45PM

He's about to start another leg of his world tour and just received his 10th CMA Entertainer of the Year nomination (he's won four) – so how does Garth Brooks celebrate these exciting milestones? At home cooking for Trisha Yearwood, of course.

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Garth Brooks Admits He Was 'Scared to Death' to Play Country Music's 'Mother Church'

Garth Brooks Admits He Was 'Scared to Death' to Play Country Music's 'Mother Church'

Originally posted 09/09/2016 03:10PM

So what took Garth Brooks so long? What took arguably the most popular country singer of all time to play Ryman Auditorium, the Mother Church of Country Music?

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Watch Trisha Yearwood Transform into the Mary, the Mother of Jesus, for The Passion

Originally posted 03/20/2016 11:45AM

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Trisha Yearwood gave fans a sneak peek at her transformation into Mary, the mother of Jesus, ahead of Fox's live musical event The Passion on Sunday.

Yearwood, who will sing several current musical hits during the show, shared a time-lapse video of the makeup process to Facebook on Saturday, telling viewers, "The next time you see me, I will be Mary. Wish me luck!"

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The 51-year-old country singer's hair was perfectly coifed by a stylist while another woman applied her makeup. Yearwood later swapped her floral red robe for a fitted blue, long-sleeve dress on stage.



Telling the story of the last hours of Christ's life, The Passion incorporates modern-day music, including Jason Mraz's "I Won't Give Up," which Yearwood will perform. The event will be filmed live on multiple stages throughout New Orleans, and also features Seal as Pontius Pilate and Jencarlos Canela as Jesus Christ.



"I'm having to sing songs that I'm going to be singing at the foot of the cross, and I had to be thinking about what was happening in the story when I was singing the song," Yearwood previously told PEOPLE of recoding the show's soundtrack. "I got very emotional, which is not the norm for me in the studio. That was the last time I've cried."

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Why Trisha Yearwood Cried While Recording Songs for Fox's The Passion

Originally posted 03/18/2016 09:15AM

[YOUTUBE "owOr6zDP8rM"] Stepping into the shoes of the most well-known mother in the world has proven to be an emotional task for Trisha Yearwood.

The country singer will play Mary, the mother of Jesus, in Fox's live musical event The Passion on Sunday and tells PEOPLE she cried while recording tracks for the event's soundtrack.

"I'm having to sing songs that I'm going to be singing at the foot of the cross, and I had to be thinking about what was happening in the story when I was singing the song," says Yearwood. "I got very emotional, which is not the norm for me in the studio. That was the last time I've cried."

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Dierks Bentley, Garth Brooks and Trisha Yearwood Honor Country Music Hall of Fame Class of 2015

Dierks Bentley, Garth Brooks and Trisha Yearwood Honor Country Music Hall of Fame Class of 2015

Originally posted 10/26/2015 06:15PM

Dierks Bentley was there to honor the fellow Grand Ole Opry star who was "nice and warm and welcoming every time I played." Trisha Yearwood was there to honor the country quartet she and her sister mimicked in their living room growing up. And Garth Brooks was there because, well, he's already in country music's most exclusive "club," so he was happy to welcome its newest members.

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Trisha Yearwood: 'I Feel Lucky' to Get to Tour with Husband Garth Brooks

Trisha Yearwood: 'I Feel Lucky' to Get to Tour with Husband Garth Brooks

Originally posted 04/25/2015 05:20PM

While Garth Brooks retired from music 14 years ago to focus on his family, he returned to the spotlight recently, releasing his ninth studio album in November and is currently touring the country with wife Trisha Yearwood, who couldn't be happier he's back and along for the ride.

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Trisha Yearwood: Garth Is My 'Biggest Cheerleader'

UpdatePosted 04/13/2015 04:00PM

Trisha Yearwood: Garth Is My 'Biggest Cheerleader'

Originally posted 04/07/2015 10:00AM

As she approaches her 10th wedding anniversary to Garth Brooks, Trisha Yearwood says she counts her husband as her "biggest cheerleader."

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Garth Brooks Gives His Top 5 Tips for Raising Daughters

Garth Brooks Gives His Top 5 Tips for Raising Daughters

Originally posted 04/08/2015 07:40PM

After retiring from music in 2000 to raise his daughters, country star Garth Brooks is back and opening up about the drama behind his decision. Subscribe now to find out what he learned in those 14 years away in this exclusive PEOPLE interview.

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Garth Brooks: Why I Chose Family over Fame

Garth Brooks: Why I Chose Family over Fame

Originally posted 04/08/2015 08:00AM

After retiring from music in 2000 to raise his daughters, country star Garth Brooks is back and opening up about the drama behind his decision. Subscribe now to find out what he learned in those 14 years away in this exclusive PEOPLE interview.

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