Garth Brooks and Trisha Yearwood's Top 10 Cutest Couple Moments

Country couple has been married since 2005

By Kendall Fisher Oct 31, 2016 7:00 PMTags
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Garth Brooks and Trisha Yearwood are the true definition of #couplegoals.

The pair married in 2005 and have grown to become one of country music's most famous, powerful and adored couples...and for good reason. Despite being married for 11 years, they still remain totally enamored with one another.

In fact, when Brooks sat down with Ellen DeGeneres in the past, he couldn't help but gush about being married—something you don't often hear.

"I've got to tell you, I never knew it could be like this," Brooks admitted. "I never knew that everyday you could wake up and feel like this. And I have God and I have Ms. Yearwood to thank for this."

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More than being married and being the best of friends, the two have worked together on several tours and musical collaboration that have brought so much joy to country music fans all over the world. In fact, they just announced that they'll be releasing a Christmas duets album later this year and recently released their most recent duet, "Whiskey to Wine."

So with that being said, we're honoring Garth + Trisha (4ever) with their top 10 cutest moments. Check 'em out below:

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How They Knew They Found The One: The pair sat down for an interview with Parade earlier this year and revealed they knew they'd fallen for one another almost instantaneously. Brooks admitted it was difficult because he'd been married for a year, but once they were both single, he had no doubts.

"It was pretty cool to start dating and get to know who I thought she was. I found everything I would want her to be, she was," Brooks gushed. "And then the things I didn't know about her were even better than what I had hoped. That was very sweet. I just want to be wherever she's at. I love breathing the same air she's breathing." (We cannot handle the cuteness).

Yearwood reciprocated his thoughts, saying she knew he was the one right away. "It was probably the minute I met him, even though I didn't know it at the time," she revealed. "I just think we're meant to be. It will be 11 years this December that we have been married. But we've known each other for 27 years. We have a friendship that's a great base for all of it. We made a conscious effort when we got married not to be apart. 

"Where Your Road Leads" Duet: Their on-stage chemistry is just too much for us to handle.

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Birthday Wishes: Not only does this video prove that Brooks is absolutely head over heels for Yearwood, but it also shows just how real and down to earth they are—no gimmicks, no faking, just love!

Getting Flirty on the Red Carpet: While chatting with Entertainment Tonight at the American Country Music Awards in 2015, the pair were beyond precious.

When asked about being nominated for Entertainer of the Year, Brooks said it didn't matter the outcome because he had "already won." He looked at his wife, gushing, "Look who I get to come with and look who I get to go home with."

That Time He Won Seven Diamond Awards: During a September show in Fresno, Calif., Yearwood, stepped onstage to gush to the crowd that her hubby had achieved his seventh Diamond Award—given to an artist who has sold 10 million copies of an album. He is the only artist in the history of country music to have ever done so. 

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When He Asks Her to Sing for Him: During the opening night of their 2014 world tour, Brooks asked Yearwood to sing his favorite song, "Walkaway Joe," just for him.

When She Surprised Him With an Award On-Stage: In May, Brooks and Yearwood had to skip out on the American Country Countdown Awards, but that didn't stop the singer from surprising her hubby onstage when he won Touring Artist of the Year.

"These guys probably don't know this and I know you don't know this, but there's an awards show going on right now in L.A. called the American Country Countdown Awards," she told the crowd at a show in Des Moines. "Touring Artist of the Year just went to Garth Brooks."

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This Kiss, This Kiss: OK, that's a Faith Hill song, but it's only fitting for this sweet moment the couple shared onstage during the ACM Lifting Lives Gala in 2015.

This "In Another's Eyes" Performance: Once again, they give us the chills as we watch them perform onstage together.

Candid Cuteness: Emmylou Harris had to pull out of a Crossroads Campus benefit in 2014, so Yearwood and Brooks helped her out by stepping in her place. They decided to play only Emmylou songs. At one point, they performed the Louvin Brothers'hit "If I Could Only Win Your Love," which later became a hit for Emmylou. The off-the-cuff moment proves just how in love they really are.