Trisha Yearwood is still feeling the effects of the coronavirus.
More than two months after she tested positive for COVID-19, the country singer still can't taste or smell, which is a common side effect for those who contract the virus (although most people regain their senses within a few days).
"Food is kind of different right now," she told Kelly Clarkson. "I lost my taste and smell."
Trisha, who's married to Garth Brooks, discovered that she could no longer taste things after sipping on a cup of java.
"About five days in, I'm like, 'Honey,' cause Garth makes my coffee every morning, I'm like, 'I love you but did you… this is weak coffee," she recalled. "It was just like that."
In February, Garth confirmed that his wife had tested positive for COVID-19. In early March, she announced that she had finally tested negative. While she now feels fine, the fact that she no longer has two of her senses is an odd symptom.
"It's been about eight weeks," she said. "I can tell if something's spicy, that's about it. Lots of hot sauce."
The fact that Trisha can't taste is particularly interesting, as she authors cookbooks and is the host of Food Network's "Trisha's Southern Kitchen." For now, she relies on her husband to help her in the kitchen.
"I love to cook so now when I cook I just ask Garth, tell me if it needs more salt and pepper," she explained. "It's the weirdest thing."