Garth Brooks Remaking 'Friends in Low Places' With Today's Superstars?

(Radio.com) Garth Brooks' "Friends in Low Places" is one of the most popular country tunes today. It's sang at every karaoke bar, played at weddings, and even closed the last ever episode of The Tonight Show hosted by Jay Leno.

According to Billboard, the hit may be getting a makeover for its 25th anniversary. Garth Brooks and his fellow musical friends George Strait, Jason Aldean, Florida Georgia Line and Keith Urban are reportedly all included on the new version.

The song is also rumored to have a new third verse that's isn't in the original version. The 1990 jam was on Billboard's Hot Country Songs for four weeks and named single of the year at the CMA Awards the same year. Read more here.

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