Chris Pratt sings with Artist of the Decade Garth Brooks on stage at iHeartRadio Awards

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In his speech, Pratt, 39, described Brooks's music as providing 'the soundtrack to my life.' 'I bought every one of his albums and I had the lyrics memorized by the very next day,' the actor said.
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