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Trisha Yearwood Announces Signature Fragrance


Yesterday on CBS’s The Talk Trisha Yearwood announced that her signature fragrance is now available exclusively at Walmart.
In collaboration with Inter Parfums USA, LLC., Trisha teamed up with two of Firmenich’s finest perfumers: Ilias Ermenidis and Pierre Negrin to create a stunning yet affordable signature fragrance. Ermenidis and Negrin are both renown for creating award winning signature fragrances for Vera Wang, Tom Ford and Givenchy. They continued this tradition of excellence with the creation of Trisha Yearwood eau de parfum and body mist.

The fragrance is a celebration of modern femininity that opens with an inviting floral bouquet of honeysuckle, white peach and lily of the valley. It continues with heart notes of jasmine and sweet Tiare flower which delight the senses while a delicate and sophisticated blend of woods, musk, amber and vanilla notes leave a soothing trail that is irresistible.

Trisha Yearwood – The Fragrance is the latest addition to the ever-growing, lifestyle brand from this “CEO with Southern Charm.” is the one-stop online portal for all things Trisha Yearwood.

Each weekend, Trisha Yearwood can be seen on stage on The Garth Brooks World Tour with Trisha Yearwood, and on Food Network as the host of her Emmy Award winning, Trisha’s Southern Kitchen (airs Saturdays, 10:30am ET).

Trisha Yearwood Talks Olympics and Answers Fans Questions on “T’s Coffee Talk”

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This weekend on “T’s Coffee Talk” on Facebook Live, Trisha Yearwood talked about the Olympics and was joined by her beloved pooch Emmy.

Trisha loves all the events, she said, sharing that when Nadia Comaneci competed in 1976, the future country star asked her parents for uneven bars for Christmas. That was a no-go, but Trisha and Nadia eventually became friends and the Olympic star recently tweeted Trisha from Rio.

When Trisha gave Usain Bolt a shout-out, adorable Emmy raised a paw to high five.

Throughout, Trisha answered fan questions and chatted away. Emmy was a bit more of a diva…but both charmed as they sipped coffee and started the day with fans.

T’s Coffee Talk is Trisha Yearwood’s weekly Facebook Live show. Each Saturday morning, Trisha goes live from home or wherever she is on The Garth Brooks World Tour with Trisha Yearwood. It’s a live lead-in to her Emmy-Award winning “Trisha’s Southern Kitchen” on Food Network.

Trisha Yearwood Gives Backstage Tour of the Grand Ole Opry

Trisha Yearwood

This weekend, Trisha Yearwood gave a backstage tour of the Grand Ole Opry during her weekly “T’s Coffee Talk” Facebook Live show. She was joined by her sister Beth Bernard and friend Mandy McCormack. Watch the fun tour and walk down memory lane below.

Trisha Yearwood’s Facebook Live “show,” T’s Coffee Talk, is the live lead-in to her Emmy-Award winning Food Network show, Trisha’s Southern Kitchen every Saturday morning.

For the live chat, she showed several of the Opry’s different themed dressing rooms and left a congratulatory note for Vince Gill who was celebrating his 25th anniversary as an Opry member that night. The walk allowed her to reminisce on the many times performing there, including the time she sang “I Remember You” in honor of her mother marking Beth’s first time to perform on the Opry stage.

Throughout the live chat, Yearwood ironically received fan compliments on her tour guide skills. Longtime fans of course recall that Trisha was a tour guide at the Country Music Hall of Fame when she first moved to Nashville.

Each week, tune in live on Facebook for “T’s Coffee Talk” at 10:10am EST, then follow her to Food Network at 10:30am EST.

City of Hope Celebrity Softball Game Hits a Home Run in It’s 26th Year

Getty Images for City Of Hope

Getty Images for City Of Hope

It was a homerun for the 26th Annual City of Hope Celebrity Softball Game, which saw more than 30 music and sports stars step up to the plate to strike out cancer at First Tennessee Park in Nashville. Team iHeart Country and Team Opry ended in a tie game with a final score of 18 to 18.

Country Music icon Trisha Yearwood led with the national anthem before Lauren Alaina, Craig Wayne Boyd, Danielle Bradbery, The Bobby Bones Show, Bucky Covington, Jessie James Decker, Charles Esten, Nick Fradiani, Vince Gill, Mickey Guyton, Jonathan Jackson, Chris Lane, LOCASH, Scotty McCreery, A Thousand Horses, Tristan McIntosh, Bret Michaels, David Nail, Cassadee Pope, RaeLynn, Jamie Lynn Spears, Mark Wills, Brett Young and former Major League Baseball pitcher Barry Zito took to the field to strike out cancer. The Crook and Chase Countdown’s Lorianne Crook and WSM’s Bill Cody emceed and offered play-by-plays for the thousands of fans in attendance.

The fan favorite game didn’t disappoint, as the bats came alive for both teams throughout the high scoring game.  Memorable moments on the field included multiple inside the park homeruns, double plays, and some crazy antics leading to tying the score up at 18 in the final inning.

The City of Hope Celebrity Softball Game, a 26-year tradition during CMA Music Festival, celebrated its first quarter century in Nashville as it honored the game’s founder, music industry veteran Bruce Hinton. The “Champion of Hope Award” was presented to Hinton by President and CEO of Big Machine Label Group, Scott Borchetta, for his significant contributions to the event over its quarter century history.

While neither team can walk away with bragging rights this year, it is the patients at City of Hope who are the real winners with more than $200,000 raised for cancer research.

Thousands of fans packed the ballpark to catch the action and antics on the field. Before the first pitch was thrown, the crowds cheered wildly as 8-year old City of Hope patient Aaron Yniguez, who received lifesaving treatment for acute myeloid leukemia more than three years ago at City of Hope, and his genetically matched, life-saving stem cell donor Yolanda Nava, a Southwest® Airlines Employee from Arlington, Texas, traveled to meet on the pitcher’s mound for the very first time.

Bone marrow transplants offer a second chance for people with life-threatening blood cancers and other hematologic malignancies. Since 1976, more than 13,000 patients from virtually every state and dozens of countries have undergone bone marrow, cord blood or stem cell transplants at City of Hope. Support from the Nashville community and its country music artists directly benefit City of Hope’s mission to find cures for cancer, diabetes and other life-threatening diseases.

Those unable to attend the game can still support City of Hope. A variety of unique merchandise including game-worn jerseys signed by the players, and experiences including meet-and-greets with the hottest artists, will be available for bid at The proceeds will benefit City of Hope’s mission to eradicate cancer and other life-threatening diseases.

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