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Garth Brooks reveals he's ready to do what he hates every morning to make his wife happy

Rebelander Basilan
Dec 04, 2018
05:12 A.M.
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Country music artist Garth Brooks opened up about how a cup of coffee helps keep his relationship with Trisha Yearwood alive.

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Brooks, 56, who is presently the only artist in music history to have released seven albums that accomplished diamond status in the United States, has been married to country singer Yearwood, 54, since 2005.

In a recent interview with PEOPLE, the Grammy award winner explained why their relationship has remained so solid through the years.

"I don't drink coffee," Brooks said. "Never have." He added that his wife "loves coffee, so in the morning before she ever gets up her coffee is made every day."

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Follow us on our Twitter account, @amomama_usa, to learn more and scroll down to watch the interview in the video below.

Brooks, who started his professional music career, singing and playing the guitar in Oklahoma clubs and bars, continued that Yearwood considers it romantic.

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The "If Tomorrow Never Comes" singer was first married to songwriter Sandy Mahl in May 1986. The former couple shared three daughters - Taylor Mayne Pearl, August Anna, and Allie Colleen Brooks.

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They separated in March 1999, announcing their plans to divorce in October 2000, and filing for divorce in November 2000. The divorce became final in December 2001.

On December 10, 2005, Brooks remarried to Yearwood.

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Last year, Brooks captured the hearts of many people when he stopped his performance to get the full story behind the bride-to-be's sign.

He took to Facebook to share a video that was filmed from his show in Louisiana. In the clip, the country legend can be seen approaching a bride-to-be named Shannon.

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Along with her maid of honor, Shannon made the show at all costs. Her sign which caught the attention of Brooks actually reads, “I postponed my wedding to be here.”

“Alright, you gotta explain this to me because I hope this sign is not true,” Brooks told her. “And your maid of honor has a sign that says, ‘You need a restraining order from her!'”

The country icon can be seen in the video laughing on stage.

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