Of all the things in the world that Garth Brooks loves and adores the most, Trisha Yearwood is at the top of the list. You'd think he would be into having two of Mrs. Yearwood in the world, but nope-- there's only one, he shared on Instagram during an evening at Madam Tussauds in Nashville.

Trisha was the final celebrity to get one-on-one time with double and she dressed for the occasion. Or maybe Trisha2 dressed like her? Hard to tell.


Just when you think Garth Brooks has a limit on his sweetness, a recent interview with "The Insider" proves otherwise.

When asked about his proposal to Mrs. Yearwood, Garth immediately teared up and shared, "Her dad was there and her mother was there and it was big,. My father was there [too] so it was cool."

And then, he really turned it on, "I love that woman. And every day, when I think about how much I thought I loved her, phew! Not compared to today."


With each passing year, comes another group of celebrities going on all out for Valentine's Day -- and this year is no different.

So, while you were sipping wine, eating chocolate and hanging out with your significant other, these celebrities were, well, doing the same thing.

Here's How Your Favorite Celebrities Celebrated Valentine's Day:

1. Chance the Rapper

2. Thomas Rhett

3. Barack Obama

4. Jana Kramer

5. Mindy Kaling

6. Ashley Monroe

7. Kim Kardashian West

8. Shania Twain

9. Amy Schumer

10. Charles Kelley

11. Miley Cyrus

12. Lindsay Ell

13. Jenna Fischer

14. Brett Eldredge

15. Pitbull

16. Mickey Guyton

17. Simone Biles

18. Phillip Sweet

19. Sofia Vergara

20. Tim McGraw and Faith Hill

21. Joe Jonas

22. Garth Brooks and Trisha Yearwood

23. Madonna

24. Carrie Underwood

25. Jared Leto

26. Chris Young

27. Katy Perry

28. Lauren Alaina

29. Julia Louis-Dreyfus

30. Ellen DeGeneres

31. Lucy Hale


Trisha Yearwood knows how to make a birthday special.

She surprised her husband, Garth Brooks, during his Facebook Live last night.

She sang him "Happy Birthday" and brought him this scrumptious looking cake (even though the candles had been lit too long for him to read the "Happy Birthday" message).

Watch how it all went down:


Reba McEntire decided to focus on faith and hope with her new album.

And she's brought a few friends for the ride. Kelly Clarkson and Trisha Yearwood appear on the album's "Softly and Tenderly," a collaboration that Reba tells One Country she was thrilled about.

The Oklahoma native says that the three singers have such different voices so when you put them together you get something wonderful.

Sing it Now: Songs of Faith & Hope comes out on Feb. 3, 2017.

For hearty comfort food, nothing quite beats the simplicity of chicken pie. Trisha Yearwood definitely knows how to make a classic one, meaning you can follow this recipe, add in a vegetable, and have the perfect comfort food ready for any night of the week. Check it out.


  • 3 cups cooked, shredded chicken
  • 2 cups chicken broth
  • One 10-ounce can cream of chicken soup
  • 1 cup self-rising flour
  • 1/2 teaspoon pepper
  • 1/2 cup (1 stick) butter, melted
  • 1 cup buttermilk, well shaken
Preheat oven to 425 degrees F. Place chicken in casserole dish. Boil broth and soup together, then pour over chicken.
Mix flour with pepper, then add melted butter and buttermilk. Stir, then pour over casserole. Bake until crust is flaky, or around 45 minutes.

For more on Trisha Yearwood, visit FoodNetwork.com.

Eric Church

Country singers are the best people around.

I could list numerous reasons why but perhaps the largest is because of their willingness to do good deeds. From donating to charities that mean the world to them to helping others when disaster strikes, country singers came out to help their fellow man in 2016.

This is an extremely incomplete list. I've only compiled 17 examples from the year. Why? Well, in order to make a post like this work, I needed to be able to link out to it like this. When you click the title below, you'll read the full story. That means things got missed. That doesn't listen their value or impact at all, though.

Here is a small sample of the good deeds country music is responsible for:

1. Tim McGraw and Faith Hill Surprise Florida Residents By Paying For Their Christmas Presents

2. Dolly Parton and Friends Raised $9 Million (and Counting) During Smoky Mountains Rise Telethon

3. Chris Young Asked His Fans What They Wanted for Christmas and Then He Got Them Those Gifts (or as Close to it as He Could)

4. Blake Shelton Surprises Fan in Hospital Who Missed Concert After a Crash

5. Keith Urban Invites Kiwi First Responders to His New Zealand Tour Date Following Recent Earthquakes

6. Kenny Chesney and CMA Make $500,000 Donation to Aid Families Devastated By the East Tennessee Fires

7. Luke Bryan Has Awarded 50 Scholarships From Farm Tour Proceeds

8. Eric Church Donates $1 Million to Diabetes Research in His Mother's Honor

9. Craig Morgan Surprises U.S. Army Veteran with Mortgage-Free Home During American Stories Concert

10. Jason Aldean Surprises Fan With a New Car

11. Keith Urban Gives the Guitar Off His Back to Young Fan

12. Chris Stapleton Surprised A Very Lucky Couple During Their Wedding Reception and He Even Cried

13. Randy Houser and Ekrich Partnered to Give $5,000 in Free Groceries To An Army Veteran

14. Chris Young Left a $200 Tip for a Waitress Making Him a Really, Really Nice Guy

15. Kacey Musgraves Spent an Afternoon Playing Music to Nursing Home Residents and It Was Amazing

16. Kacey Musgraves, Britney Spears, Jennifer Lopez, Gwen Stefani, Meghan Trainor and More Join Forces For Touching Orlando Tribute

17. Garth Brooks and Trisha Yearwood Are Teaming Up with Jimmy Carter and Habitat for Humanity to Build 19 Homes in Memphis


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