Trisha Yearwood's fans serenaded her with support and love after it was announced that she tested positive for COVID-19. Her husband, Garth Brooks, shared the news of her diagnosis.
Fans of Trisha Yearwood are showing her all the love after it was revealed that she tested positive for COVID-19. Many took to social media to offer prayers and well wishes for the renowned singer. One fan wrote:
"Been worried so much about you all @garthbrooks and @trishayearwood!! So sad to hear the news! My heart goes out to you both!!! Sending many prayers for a speedy recovery…"
Trisha Yearwood and Garth Brooks at the 2019 iHeartRadio Music Awards on March 14, 2019 | Photo: Getty Images
Singer Jason Isbell wished Yearwood to get well soon before letting her know that her fans think the world of her. A user named Nicole shared a photo of a group of women in her town, noting that they were praying for her full recovery.
Another internet fan wrote that every member of his family was sending healing prayers and good energy Yearwood's way before advising her to watch "Golden Girls" and have a lot of rest.
The "Walkaway Joe" crooner's diagnosis was shared by her husband, Garth Brooks. On Wednesday, Brooks announced that someone on their team tested positive for COVID-19, so he and Yearwood were going into quarantine for two weeks.
The lovebirds have been married since 2005 and are set to mark their 11th wedding anniversary in December 2021.
He noted that they were also going to cancel their shows. Yesterday, the country singer gave an update about their situation. He said that although he tested negative twice, Yearwood caught the virus. His statement read:
"Officially, she's diagnosed as 'on her way out of the tunnel' now, though, which I'm extremely thankful for."
The "Friends in Low Places" songster concluded, declaring his undying love for his beloved wife and assuring fans that they'll pull through the tough time together. He promised that she was under the best care close to their Tennessee home.
Brooks and Yearwood are the ultimate country music couple. The lovebirds have been married since 2005 and are set to mark their 11th wedding anniversary in December 2021. The duo met for the first time in 1987.
The pair were recording a tune at Kent Blazy's studio and hit it off. At the time, they were both married to other people, so it was strictly a professional relationship, with Brooks promising to use her to open his shows when he becomes famous.
The duo remained friends for a while until 2002, two years after Brooks had called it quits with his first wife, Sandy. They made their first red carpet appearance at the 33rd Annual Songwriters Hall of Fame Awards Induction.
After three years of dating, the couple walked down the aisle in an intimate ceremony. Yearwood has no children, while Brooks has three children from his first marriage, August, Allie, and Taylor.