Upon hearing of Toby Keith’s passing, Jason Aldean took immediate action, organizing a candlelight vigil and sing-along to honor his memory.
“The first thing on my mind was paying tribute to Toby,” said Aldean. “I was surprised when Brooks reached out, asking if he could participate. He admitted he didn’t know any of Toby’s songs but offered to perform ‘Achy Breaky Heart’ in his honor.”
Aldean found the request peculiar, initially suspecting Garth was joking. However, it turned out Brooks was serious.
Entertainment Analystical Specialist Joe Barron commented, “The fictionalized versions of these personalities are often portrayed as foolish. It’s almost comedic. They make Garth Brooks out to be penniless and friendless, which is quite the exaggeration.”
While some question the legitimacy of perpetuating caricatures of these figures, the amusement factor is undeniable. It’s become somewhat of a running joke, with Garth Brooks portrayed as destitute and isolated.
Though there’s been no invitation for Whoopi Goldberg to weigh in, and Roseanne’s show has been ready to air for over a year without any sign of these characters, it’s entirely plausible in the Garth Brooks Multiverse.