Garth Brooks does not divorce Trisha Yearwood after nearly 14 years of marriage, despite a totally false report by a tabloid. Gossip Cop can demystify the scenario – The Spouses Go Strong
The supposed source continues: “I think Garth, in particular, is willing to walk unless he finds a common ground – a terrain that does not include Trisha and Feeling like she’s shooting mad. ” Brooks is “used to being responsible” when he’s on the road, “but at home, Trisha has a very specific idea of what his life should be, and Garth should accompany him.”
According to the magazine, one of the major problems is that Brooks wants to relocate from Nashville to his hometown of Oklahoma. The couple moved to Nashville in 2014 after Brooks’ youngest daughter graduated from high school, but the “source” said that he “really wanted to return to Oklahoma, where he felt at home … But Trisha do not hear about it. She tells Garth that she spent her time in Oklahoma and that, now that her daughters are all grown up, they should be in Tennessee. “The seemingly fictitious source concludes that Yearwood” has the feeling that she has earned the right to take the lead “after years of supporting her husband’s career., But he reaches his breaking point.
None of this is entirely true, but here is what is particularly interesting: Less than two weeks ago Us Weekly published an interview with Brooks in which he cried about his wife This is particularly significant because the magazine is a sister publication of Globe Considering that Brooks himself rented his marriage with Us Weekly it is stunning that a point of sale belonging to the same parent company publishes this nonsense of divorce.