Get out your cowboy hats and throw on some boots, GARTH BROOKS is here! The Country Music Hall of Famer and award-winning superstar can shake the house and top the Billboard charts, but what he shares with Ellen today will be like nothing else. The singer, recently honored by the Academy of Country Music as the top-selling country music artist in history, will be previewing his upcoming CBS primetime special "Garth Live," as well as his boxed CD set, "Sounds of Garth." After hits like "Ain't Goin' Down," "Right Now" and "More Than a Memory" made him a legend, and with a five-year residency still underway in Las Vegas, Garth will show Ellen how his remarkable legacy continues to evolve. This cowboy's journey is always epic!
On the quest for the next superstar, PAULINA RUBIO takes a seat to give Ellen the scoop on her stint as judge for "The X Factor." The sultry Latin pop star earned her music stripes by selling over 20 million records worldwide, including the platinum albums "La Chica Dorada," "Paulina" and "Ananda." Now she's providing her expert opinion to a batch of hopefuls, and letting Ellen in on her predictions, musings and insider gossip from the set. With Paulina in the house, it will definitely get real!
Then, the energy rises when 3-year-old dancer HEAVEN KING gets her moves on! She first stunned the world by performing her phenomenal Beyoncé moves for Ellen, and this time around, she’ll entertain with the same fire. Step on over, Heaven works it again!
On Friday, Ellen rolls with the hitmakers!
Garth Brooks, Paulina Rubio
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