Transcript for Trace Adkins shows Michael, Sara and Keke how to rope
can't take the farm out of the girl. Today we'll put that to the test. Here to lead us in a roping lesson is host of the new show "Ultimate cowboy showdown" trace Adkins. Before we get started, you have the new show. You're the host. Tell us about it. "Ultimate cowboy showdown" we start with 12 cowboys and cowgirls and we put them through these tasks and we narrow it down and end up with one ultimate cowboy. It's basically "The apprentice" on horseback. Now you're talking my language. It was -- I really enjoyed doing this because these are real working cowboys. There are still a few today. That's awesome. You say that. What really does define and make a cowboy? What makes a guy a real cowboy? The real cowboys are still doing the day to day cowboy work, working with cattle and doing all that stuff. They spend their time on horseback. They do the real cowboy things. That's hot. These guys do that. We know you're going to make a great host. You've got the voice. Oh, yeah. Iconic voice, by the way. We want to be a little selfish. We want to know if you'll read a few things for us. Okay. You can look right into that camera. This is very selfish. All right. You're watching "Strahan, Sara & keke." Don't go anywhere. I got to get something in here. Can you read this for me? My loneliness is killing me. I must confess I still believe. When I'm not with you, I lose my mind. Give me a sign. Hit me baby one more time. Little Britney spears. I'm telling you right now, that's the way it should be. You mentioned "The ultimate cowboy showdown." You brought some cowboys here. These guys are the real deal. Who do we have with us? Let's walk over there and meet them. This is Hadley. This is a Utah cowboy. How you doing, my man? Hadley, good to see you. Zane, a New Mexico cowboy. Hi, Zane. Nice to meet Ya. Then quatro is a Texas cowboy. Yeah, Texas, boy. Let's get started. We're going to learn the ropes. Hadley, what do we do first? Pick out a good rope. I love it's pink. I was told your colors are blush and bashful. Oh, my god, "Steel magnolias." I love a man that knows a movie. It's simple. Stand up. Swing your rope. Let it go. I can do that. Hey, Sara, move closer. I was trying to do the blue "T." That was excellent. I got it going, guys. Come on. Is there anything that keke needs to know? Yeah. We're going to go -- you got the rope picked out. We need to learn how to swing it. We're going to break it down in two little steps. Make it easier. Start out with one strand. Hold that like that. Put this in your hand like this. You get 'em, keke. Okay? Yes, sir. When you're swinging it, keep your pinky up. It's like you're going to stir into the sky. Why this way? You'll see. If you take care of this, it will work. Just start off and bring it back. Nope. The other way. Come this way. Do that. Yep. Just like that. Okay. You got it. All right. We're good there. You got that perfect. Now you got your loop. Good, good. Here's this. Okay. I want you to do the exact same thing. Only worry about this part here. Do exactly like you did and it will work. You got this, kekes. Give it a shot. Get 'em, keke. You did good. Thank you, Zane. I have a question in between. Trace, how are they doing so far? That wasn't bad. We got one more step. Quatro, what do we got? We picked our rope. You saw how to swing it with keke. Now we need to finalize and catch it. Visualize it as it's a quarterback and you're a receiver. I hit quarterbacks. I'm sorry on that. I'm trying to relate to you. Then swing it and try to get it. I was trying to get it by the buttocks. You're supposed to catch them by the horn. You can rope the feet too. Come on, Sara. Keke. Come on, keke. Watch out, Sara. Watch out. Step into it, Michael.
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