Trisha Yearwood and her husband Garth Brooks prove time and time again that they are one of the most iconic power couples in country music. Fans have loved following along with their love story over the years from their musical collaborations to recently watching them host an episode of The Ellen Degeneres Show together. According to Yearwood, the couple would definitely be open to hosting their own talk show together one day...as long as it's in their hometown of Nashville, of course.
In an episode of Talk Shop Live where the country star was promoting her new cookbook Trisha's Kitchen, Yearwood admitted that they would be up for it if the opportunity presented itself. After all, the Food Network came to Nashville to film her cooking show Trisha's Southern Kitchen, so why not host a talk show there as well? The two are obviously incredibly well connected so we can't imagine all of the cool guests they'd be able to bring on.
"The one caveat for me is it would have to be in Nashville. It was really fun [co-hosting Ellen], he and I had a really good time doing that together. But everything's based out of here," Yearwood said.
"When we first started doing the cooking show we were living in Oklahoma, and I told Food Network I would love to do the show, but I'm living in Oklahoma. Well, they came to Oklahoma and we filmed there, but now that we're in Nashville we film the show here. To be able to film the show then go home at night is important, so I would not say that it's something we wouldn't consider but I think they'd have to come to us."
The country star pointed out that the opportunities to bring on various guests definitely extend beyond just country music. Which is very true. After the coronavirus pandemic, countless artists who were based in New York or Los Angeles decided to pursue a more lowkey life in cities like Nashville or Austin, Texas. And they were in addition to stars who had already been living there for years. From Connie Britton to Reese Witherspoon, the options are honestly endless!
"It would actually be easy for guests, especially artists, because so many people live here. Not just country artists, a lot of artists from all forms of music live in this town," Yearwood said. "So I'm just sayin', Nashville's a cool city. Think about it guys, think about it!"