Trisha Yearwood is a woman of many talents. She's a Grammy-winning country singer, an actress, a cookbook author, and a cooking show host. But did you have any idea that she's also a comedian?
Alright, comedic work isn't technically a part of Yearwood's impressive resume, but she does have a top-notch sense of humor. She has made us laugh during interviews, and especially during her cooking show, Trisha's Southern Kitchen. Let's not even get started on how funny the bloopers from that show are!
Yearwood has given us many reasons to laugh over the years, which is why we want to take a look back on five moments when she was too funny to handle. Check out all of those moments below, and prepare to laugh out loud!
Some people are afraid to cook with a pressure cooker, and rightfully so. Those things can be unpredictable!
During an episode of her cooking show, Yearwood aimed to prove that pressure cookers aren't anything to be scared of, as long as you use them properly.
But a blooper from the show revealed that Yearwood's plans to show off her pressure cooker didn't go as smoothly as she hoped. Yearwood started freaking out a little bit when her pressure cooker started acting up while the cameras were still rolling!
Anyone who is a fan of Yearwood's knows that she is good friends with country legend Reba McEntire. So you could say that Yearwood knows the red-headed superstar pretty well.
In fact, Yearwood knows McEntire well enough to be able to do a spot-on impersonation of her. This is something she proved during a rib-tickling moment on her cooking show, when she donned a big wig similar in style to the perm McEntire sported earlier in her career.
Yearwood then took to the stage and sang her friend's song, "Whoever's In New England," mimicking McEntire's style of singing as she did so. The crowd couldn't stop laughing, and you won't be able to control your own laughter either!
Yearwood often poses questions to her fans on Facebook, and sometimes shares how she would answer them herself. On April 28, 2016, Yearwood asked her fans to complete the sentence "If I could tell my 16-year-old self anything, I would say______________."
In addition to her unfinished statement, Yearwood shared a throwback photo of herself as a 16-year-old with a slightly questionable hairstyle.
When it came to how she would finish that sentence, Yearwood had a hysterical response. "I would tell my 16-year-old self, 'Girl, you are never gonna have the Farrah Fawcett flip! Stop it!'"
Yearwood may not have mastered the art of the hair flip, but she is an expert at making people laugh!
Yearwood once appeared on the GAC series Day Jobs, which was a guaranteed recipe for some comedic moments. Day Jobs places major country music stars back into the jobs they held before they caught their big breaks. The stars then go throughout their day to see if they still have what it takes to get the job done.
For Yearwood's episode, she worked in a candy shop crafting sweet treats. Although Yearwood is a cook, she had never really made candy prior to her appearance on Day Jobs.
So when she made some questionable-looking snake candies, Yearwood kept cracking herself up in front of the camera as she tried to introduce herself and her day job. Yearwood's laugh is infectious, which is why we also couldn't help but chuckle at her failed candy creations.
Just like any cook, Yearwood sometimes runs into some mishaps while working in the kitchen. Some of those mishaps were captured in a priceless blooper reel from her cooking show, Trisha's Southern Kitchen.
The bloopers show a few snippets of Yearwood's most hilarious moments on the show. We couldn't stop giggling when she had trouble pronouncing "pepperoncini!" Check out that video below.
Thanks to Yearwood for all of the laughs over the years! Keep 'em coming!
Interested in becoming a partner?
Contact us for more info.