How do you make an award-winning video? Just ask Tim McGraw and you’ll get your answer, because the 49-year-old won the Video Of The Year award at the CMT Music Awards! As the last award of the night (and the most important), the anticipation was high as Vince Vaughn announced the big winner — and we couldn’t be more excited for Tim!
Faith Hill, 48, has a friend in Miranda Lambert! Besides just being country music superstars in their own right, the ladies have another thing in common: Their marriages to other equally-famous country stars. Find out how Miranda is helping Faith through her alleged marriage problems with Tim McGraw right here!
Are Tim McGraw, 48, and Faith Hill, 48, getting ready to end their 20 year marriage? The couple just put on a PDA-filled, united front at the ACM Awards on April 3, but behind the scenes, things are really bad, and divorce is imminent, according to a new report. Uh-oh!
Gotta love Tim McGraw, 48! Not only did he blow us away at the ACM Awards with his gorgeous new song “Humble and Kind,” he truly made it all about his fans and their hopes and dreams for the future. With their help, it made the live debut of his new tune even more impactful with their onstage presence about what the song’s title represents to them.
Tim McGraw, 48, and Faith Hill, 48, have been married to each other for almost two decades and they’re still going strong! On their 19th wedding anniversary, Tim called Faith “the best person” he’s ever known and even created a romantic video in the very place he proposed to her.
Taylor Swift, 25, is the ultimate professional, but even she had to take a quick pause when an overzealous audience member hit her on the leg while she was performing in Edmonton for her 1989 tour on Aug. 4. Click through the gallery to check out other artists who know just how freaked Taylor was probably feeling in that moment — because they went through the same thing! To hear more about Taylor Swift, head over to iTunes and download the latest HollywoodLife podcast for free!
Tim McGraw , 47, provided one of the most emotional moments of the night when he performed a heartbreaking version of Glen Campbell’s Oscar nominated song, “I’m Not Gonna Miss You”. The moving song is featured in the documentary Glen Campbell, I’ll Be Me which follows the country legend’s farewell tour while he battles the deteriorating effects of Alzheimer’s Disease.