Trisha Yearwood, 56, Shared a Makeup-Free Selfie to Show She Has ‘Real’ Moments, Too

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Trisha Yearwood, 56, Shared a Makeup-Free Selfie to Show She Has ‘Real’ Moments, Too
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  • Trisha Yearwood, 56, shared a makeup-free, filter-free selfie on Instagram.

  • The photo came after she received lots of love for a glam Instagram she posted.

  • She took the opportunity to remind fans that she has “real” moments, too.

We can always count on “The Queen” Trisha Yearwood to keep it real. When the country star shared a gorgeous, glam selfie on April 7, hundreds of followers complimented her beauty. “Could you be any prettier?,” “You are stunning,” and “Uh, gorgeous!” were among the comments. And while Yearwood could’ve just thanked them and gone on her merry way, she’s way too humble for that—which is why she followed up with a more candid, makeup-free pic.

“Thanks for all the sweet responses. The selfie I posted earlier was after a photo shoot, so glam goddess @goodwillglendastyle had done hair and makeup for me, I had great lighting, and a filter!” she captioned the post, in which she wore her hair up and glasses. “It’s important for you to know that I have dream days like that, and I also have really ‘real’ days like tonight...this is me, after a hard workout with my trainer, no glam, no lighting, no filter.”

The “Walkaway Joe” singer, 56, got more comments on the filter-free photo than the first. “Thanks for keeping it real! Love it!” one person commented. “You’re beautiful without the glam too! I love that you’re a real person like the rest of us. ❤️,” another added. “You are a legend,” another wrote. “Thanks for teaching us the joys of being human.”

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Throughout her years in the spotlight, Yearwood has gained a new perspective on beauty, and tries to let the little details go. “I think about it a lot,” she recently told NewBeauty. “Especially when I look back and see pictures of myself when I was 28 and remember I wasn’t happy with how I looked.”

She continued: “As women, we’re so hard on ourselves! We’re never thin enough, we’re never pretty enough, we’re never, whatever, fill in the blank.” Looking back, she wishes she was kinder to her younger self: “I’m like, ‘Oh my God, there’s not a line on your face!’”

Even so, the experience of aging in the public eye has taught her an important lesson. “I learned a long time ago that no matter how I feel about myself, somebody is going to love it and someone is going to hate it, so I have to base how I feel on how I actually feel about myself,” she explained. “Not how someone else feels about me.”

Wise words as always, Miss Yearwood.

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