Garth Brooks, during his Facebook Live Show, Inside Studio G, revealed that Michael Ketterer from America’s Got Talent will no longer perform alongside him at his upcoming concert next month.
Garth said during the video series that it would be “best” for Michael to withdraw from the concert in October. The star added that he and his family would figure it out between each other, as well as with “the good Lord.” Finally, he said, in clear and explicit terms, that “Ketterer would not be at Notre Dame.”
After Ketterer’s performances on America’s Got Talent, Brooks said he was more than willing to have him play at his next concert. However, after Michael and his wife got into a domestic dispute, Brooks quickly had to sever ties.
Previously, Simon Cowell, one of the judges of AGT, fostered the partnership, referring Ketterer, who is a big fan of Brooks, to the country music superstar.
Cowell suggested they work together, and Brooks could mentor him and show the rising star the ropes in the entertainment business. It was revealed that the 41-year-old got himself into trouble on the 20th of September, at approximately 3:45 pm.
After the authorities took him into jail, his bail was set at approximately $50,000. As it was previously reported, Ketterer got into an altercation with his wife while they were in their hotel room together, and neighbors who heard the noise called the cops.
When the police arrived, they saw noticeable red marks on her body. His wife denied that he did anything wrong, but the police took him to jail anyway.
It was Michael’s performance of “Ain’t No Mountain High Enough” that became of interest to Garth Brooks. However, it appears as though Ketterer blew his chance. Ketterer is just one of many men in the business to face such consequences for misbehaviour ever since the #MeToo movement began in late 2017.