Trisha Thinks About Pranking Garth at His Last Vegas Show

“I should go out dressed as Barbra Streisand. I don’t know. I should do something,” she says.

Garth Brooks wraps up his intimate one-man show Saturday (Nov. 17) at Wynn Las Vegas, and his wife, Trisha Yearwood, has one thing on her mind: pranking him.

"Maybe I'll just go out dressed as Cher or something,” Trisha tells ABC Radio News.

"I should do that. I should go out dressed as Barbra Streisand. I don’t know. I should do something.”

Turns out Trisha is not the only one in the couple with a sense of humor. She wants to see Garth incorporate some of the storytelling from the Vegas run into any future, bigger shows.

"His sense of humor is great, and a lot of people don't know that about him, that he's a goofball, and I think that the Vegas show really allowed him to really show a lot of people another side to him," she says.

"I hope he'll take what he's done in Vegas and somehow incorporate that into the big show.”

So there's going to be a big Garth show?! Stay tuned.

In the meantime, Vegas will continue to have a country presence.

Shania Twain's run at Caesars Palace starts Dec. 1, and Tim McGraw and Faith Hill kick off their shows at the Venetian on Dec. 7.

 

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