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Garth Brooks couldn’t take his eyes off Trisha Yearwood during this Christmas duet Live with Kelly 2016/YouTube screenshot
Live with Kelly 2016/YouTube screenshot

Garth Brooks and Trisha Yearwood dropped by the set of “Live With Kelly!” on Dec. 21 to promote their new holiday album, “Christmas Together.”

During their appearance, the married couple of 11 years showed off their adorable chemistry with their version of the wintry classic “Baby, It’s Cold Outside.”

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In this video, the spouses naturally flirt on the call-and-response duet. Trisha, wearing a fancy pencil dress, teases Garth with each lyric telling him “I really can’t stay” and “I’ve got to go away.” Garth, donning his signature cowboy hat, then tries to persuade Trisha to stay by telling her that the weather is too chilly to be driving around outside.

Meanwhile, the spirit of Christmas was shown all around, as the lovebirds slayed the toe-tapping song note for note. The set was filled with warm candlelight, ornamented trees and imitation snow. Even the audience was decked out in holiday wear with festive sweaters and Santa hats. To cap off their performance, Garth and Trisha sealed their song with a romantic kiss! And, it was so cute!

Although the lyrics in “Baby, It’s Cold Outside” seem to highlight the chase of a relationship, it turns out that Garth and Trisha tend to go everywhere together.

“It’s kind of the thing where we made this conscious choice when we got married to not be apart,” Trisha told Kelly of her loving CMA Entertainer of the Year husband, “We tour together, and we try to go everywhere together. We really don’t spend that much time apart, which is good.”

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She continued, “[Garth’s] the nicest most romantic guy. If you’ve ever interacted with him you’d think, ‘Nobody’s that nice.’ He really is that nice.”

Awwww!

Nashville-based writer and Rare Country contributor Melinda Lorge has always been passionate about country music. Follow her @MelindaLorge and join the conversation @RareCountry.
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