Garth Brooks talks lessons he learned from COVID-19 pandemic: 'I totally took things for granted'

As Garth Brooks reflects on the past year, he said he’s learned to appreciate the simple moments in life.

During the Monday night episode of Inside Studio G, Brooks said he took the “little things” in life for granted prior to the COVID-19 pandemic.

“What I’ve learned during this crazy year is I thought I was grateful, I thought I didn’t take things for granted. I totally took things for granted,” Brooks said.

“I think if I ever sit down in a restaurant with my wife again and me and her order dinner across from each other and just get to stare at each other, I think I might break down,” he added.

The superstar also said he received a second dose of the COVID-19 vaccine and is following the precautions recommended for people who are vaccinated.

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“It’s not here yet, but it’s coming if we just do our job,” the singer advised of returning to normalcy, encouraging fans to “stay strong,” and adding, “Hopefully things are getting back to normal.”

Brooks has encouraged his fans to stay safe throughout the pandemic. In April 2020 the singer and his wife, Trisha Yearwood, shared a public service announcement to encourage social distancing and flattening the curve of COVID-19.

Brooks postponed multiple shows on his Stadium Tour in response to the ongoing pandemic.

He’s currently scheduled to perform in Las Vegas in July, as well as Cincinnati and Charlotte in September.

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