I's commonly known that artists lip-sync from time to time in the music industry. Sometimes it's easy to notice and other times the artist is pretty darn good at fooling us. Either way, does it really matter?

Garth Brooks admitted to lip-syncing his performance at Wednesday night's CMA Awards show. The guy had just performed five sold-out shows in the Tacoma Dome within three days -- not to mention enduring all the tour and CMA press junkets and meet-and-greets.

We've been down this road before with Garth back in April of 2015, when he performed at the ACM awards show.

Rascal Flatts admitted to lip-syncing at the ACMs in 2014.

Here is how I look at it: It's not a concert where you and I paid good money for a ticket to watch them lip-sync, so does it really harm us?

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