Will Garth Brooks Lipsync at the @ACMAwards?


Brian Mansfield of USA Today brought this to our attention. Garth Brooks might not have a voice this Sunday….

And on the chance he doesn’t…..he’s prepared. He told fans during a SiriusXM Town Hall interview that he’s already recorded a performance of the song he is set to perform at the ACM’s on Sunday. You know….JUST in case.  But Garth has been over the top busy doing concerts so it’s no wonder he may have to have a opt for the lip sync.

 “After the first show … I won’t have a voice anyway,” Brooks said to host Storme Warren.

Just in case we have to lip-sync, we taped a performance that was solely made for the awards show,” Brooks said. “So we don’t know if we’re lip-syncing or not, but my bet is, if I know Portland, we’re not going to get out of here with anything. And then you’ve got to fly down and do that show immediately. So we’ll see how that’s going to go.”

Before this becomes a Rascal Flatts situation and Garth gets a ton of hate, let’s just accept the fact that stuff happens and you have to lip sync. It will never take away from the talent that is Garth Brooks. Amirite?!

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