Trisha Yearwood Freaks Out Onstage With Alabama

Legendary country group also welcomes Jason Aldean, Florida Georgia Line and Eli Young Band as guests.

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The stars came out for country group Alabama's second straight sold-out show Monday night (Nov. 4) at Nashville’s historic Ryman Auditorium.

They included Jason Aldean, who sang “Tennessee River” with the boys, and Florida Georgia Line (“I’m in a Hurry”) and Eli Young Band (“The Closer You Get”), according to The Tennessean.

But perhaps no artist was quite as excited to sing with Alabama as Trisha Yearwood, who, before her first song, “Forever’s As Far As I’ll Go,” declared, “I’m nervous. I’m excited.”

Trisha must’ve done real good: Alabama’s Randy Owen asked her to stay for another.

Trish’s reply: “I know all of ’em. What else you got?” That bravado quickly melted, and Trisha added, “This is what I look like freaked out. I'm freaked out right now.”

But not too freaked out to pull off “Lady Down on Love” with Randy.

If you’re sorry you missed this extravaganza, don’t be: GAC taped the whole thing for a Nov. 27 airdate.

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