Garth Brooks stopped by “Good Morning America,” virtually, of course, to promote his new album “Fun,” which drops today. With the holidays so close, the topic of “Thanksgiving” came up, and it sounds like Garth is going to have a great meal.
Garth’s wife Trisha Yearwood cooks up quite a feast, and while this year is going to look a lot different, Garth won’t be suffering at all. "What the deal is -- she's still going to cook for 20 people, it's just going to be me," he joked, adding, “I’m excited.”
- Garth also performed on the show, treating audiences to “Calling Baton Rouge,” and “Shallow.”
Source: Good Morning America