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Faith Hill “Throat Cancer Panic” Made Up By Tabloid

17 August 2017 8:50 AM, PDT | GossipCop | See recent GossipCop news »

Faith Hill’s friends don’t fear she’s secretly battling throat cancer because she had to cancel a concert recently, despite an absurd new tabloid report. Gossip Cop can exclusively debunk this story. The singer’s doctors placed her on a two-day vocal rest earlier this month, forcing her to pull out of a planned show in Arkansas. […] »

- Andrew Shuster

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You Don't Need to Be a Country Fan to Appreciate Faith Hill's Bond With Her Daughters

16 August 2017 1:45 PM, PDT | Popsugar.com | See recent Popsugar news »

Faith Hill is a country music superstar, an actress, and wife to Tim McGraw, but above all else, she's a doting mother to three beautiful daughters: Audrey, 15, Maggie, 19, and Gracie, 20. Faith often gives us a glimpse into her family life on Instagram, and we can't get over how grown-up her kids are. I mean, let's face it, Faith could easily pass as their sister. Keep reading to see what we're talking about. RelatedHow Did Tim McGraw and Faith Hill Meet? They Were Dating Other People »

- Monica Sisavat

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Faith Hill and Tim McGraw Post Sweet Birthday Wishes for ‘Adventurous’ Daughter Maggie

13 August 2017 7:53 PM, PDT | Entertainment Tonight | See recent Entertainment Tonight news »

Country music favorites Faith Hill and Tim McGraw took to Instagram on Saturday to wish their daughter, Maggie, a happy 19th birthday.

Hill dug up a throwback pic of the trio enjoying some time on the ocean, with Maggie serving up a giant smile for the camera.

Watch: Faith Hill Sends Sweet Happy 50th Birthday Message to Tim McGraw

“Happy Birthday to Maggie who is 19 years old today!!!!!” Hill wrote. “How is this possible? To one of the most adventurous, funniest and hardworking young ladies I know. So happy to have you home even if it is only for a couple more weeks. We love you!”

McGraw also paid tribute to his dear girl’s adventurous nature, sharing an underwater snap of Maggie scuba diving.

“Happy birthday Mags-a-million,” he captioned the photo. “Ur sisters, your mom and I are so proud of you and your adventurous spirit … Stay curious! we love you!”

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The 7 Best Movies Coming to Netflix in August 2017

3 August 2017 9:39 AM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Dozens of movies are hitting Netflix during the dog days of summer (click here for a complete list), but the sheer variety of new titles can be daunting. Movies are long, time is short, and indecision is brutal, so — in the hopes of helping you out — here are the seven best films that are coming to Netflix in August.

7. “Practical Magic” (1998)

Okay, so “Practical Magic” isn’t a “good movie” in the traditional sense…or in any other sense, for that matter. But it’s a perfect Netflix movie, which is another beast entirely. An incredible time capsule — and bottomless gif resource — from an ancient epoch that historians refer to as “1998,” this essential relic tells the story of sisters Sally (Sandra Bullock) and Gillian (Nicole Kidman) Owens, twin witches who are effectively cursed to remain single forever.

Did I mention that it was directed by Griffin Dunne? Did I mention that it was nominated for a Blockbuster Entertainment Award for including a Faith Hill song on the soundtrack? Did I mention that it features a scene in which Dianne Wiest and Stockard Channing use their secret powers to blend alcoholic drinks in order to lubricate a singalong set to Harry Nilsson’s “Put the Lime in the Coconut”? “Practical Magic” was kind of a blip when it first opened, but it would shake our culture to its skeleton if it came out today. A remake feels inevitable, but in the meantime, the original makes for perfect streaming on a lazy August afternoon. Better yet, add it to your queue and swing back once Halloween rolls around.

Begins streaming August 1st.

6. “The Bomb” (2016)

“the bomb” was one of the most exciting, unclassifiable experiences on the festival circuit last year, but the sheer magnitude of the project made it unclear where it might live once it had finished traveling the world, or if it would be possible for the public to see it. Fortunately, the answers to those questions turned out to be “everywhere” and “very.” Here’s IndieWire’s Steve Greene on the 59-minute film into which this enormous piece of experimental art has been newly reshaped:

Read More‘the bomb’ Review: New Doc on Netflix Is a Surreal Music Video About the End of the World

Directed by Kevin Ford, Smriti Keshari, and Eric Schlosser, this experimental, sensory history of the nuclear bomb is a staggering look at the world’s most destructive weapon and the lessons of almost eight decades that some still choose to ignore. Threading together modern-day news footage, Cold War era safety videos and grainy archival peeks into the construction process, “the bomb” looks at nuclear weapons in their myriad historic forms. Foregoing the usual talking head interviews or explanatory narration, the one piece of connective tissue throughout the film, besides the subject itself, is the film’s score, from Los Angeles electronic minimalist outfit The Acid. Throughout a harrowing parade of images and fleeting moments of whimsy, the droning, pulsating music underneath brings an alternating sense of dread and power.

Begins streaming August 1st.

5. “Cloud Atlas” (2012)

It’s easy to make fun of “Cloud Atlas,” and not just because one of the six characters that Tom Hanks plays is pretty much a live-action Jar Jar Binks. Tom Tykwer and the Wachowskis’ cosmically ambitious sci-fi epic is — in its own delirious way — one of the most earnest movies ever made. Adapted from David Mitchell’s novel of the same name, and now something of an obvious precursor to the Wachowskis’ Netflix series “Sense 8,” this symphonic story of spiritual connection spans from 1849 to 2321 in a go-for-broke attempt to crystallize the effects that one life can have on countless others.

Controversially casting individual actors in multiple roles (with many of the film’s most famous stars disguising themselves as different races and genders), “Cloud Atlas” fearlessly envisions our world as a place where bodies are temporary, but love is eternal. It’s a lot to swallow, but our collective cynicism only makes the movie more valuable, and more important to have on hand.

Begins streaming August 1st.

4. “Donald Cried” (2016)

Kris Avedisian flew under the radar when “Donald Cried” made the rounds last year — his self-directed turn as the most deeply committed man-child since “Clifford” may have been just a bit too raw and cringe-inducing for any major traction — but it’s only a matter of time before people discover one of the most fearless performances in recent memory. Here’s IndieWire’s Eric Kohn on a future dark comedy classic:

The obnoxious man-child is a common trope in American comedies, but few recent examples can match the hilariously unsettling presence of Donald Treebeck, the obnoxious central figure played by writer-director Kris Avedisian in his effective black comedy “Donald Cried.” While the story technically unfolds from the perspective of his old teen pal Peter (Jesse Wakeman), who returns to their Rhode Island suburbs from his Wall Street career after his grandmother dies, Donald welcomes his reluctant friend back to their world and won’t leave him alone. Avedisian gives Danny McBride a run for his money in this pitch-perfect embodiment of a wannabe charmer all too eager to remain the center of attention. Hardly reinventing the wheel, “Donald Cried” nevertheless spins it faster than usual, taking cues from its memorably irritating protagonist. Beneath its entertainment value, the movie also hints at the tragedy of aimless adulthood.

Begins streaming August 15th.

3. “The Matrix” (1999)

At this point, “The Matrix” has effectively become immune to any sort of qualitative criticism; there’s no use arguing that it’s “good” or “bad” or somewhere in between, it simply is. Less a movie than a cornerstone of contemporary pop culture (for better or worse), the Wachowskis’ absurdly influential orgy of mind-blowing action and high school philosophy arrived at the tail end of the 20th century in order to help define the 21st. Its aesthetic impact on the current breed of blockbusters is self-evident, but its more profound contributions have been largely off-screen, as the film brought futurism to the masses in a way that’s only possible to trace through its most unfortunate side effects (e.g. the diseased misogyny of “red pill” thinking).

Of course, “No can be told what the Matrix is. You have to see it for yourself.” Now that it’s on Netflix, it couldn’t be easier to do just that.

Begins streaming August 1st.

2. “Jackie Brown” (1997)

Every hardcore Tarantino fan’s favorite Tarantino film, “Jackie Brown” is more than just an homage to blaxploitation or the best Elmore Leonard adaptation ever made (sorry, “Out of Sight”), it’s also something of a tribute to all of the crime writer’s work and the scuzzy but soulful ethos that bound it together. To this day, “Jackie Brown” remains a major outlier for Qt. For one thing, it’s based on pre-existing material. For another, it’s got a bonafide sex scene. Last but not least, it’s about recognizably human characters who have genuine depth, who have real lives that feel as though they continue beyond the confines of a movie screen (no disrespect to the cartoonish avatars who populate Tarantino’s later, more solipsistic work — they serve their purpose to perfection).

Pam Grier is spectacular in the title role of a flight attendant with a drug smuggling side hustle. Robert Forster is heartbreaking as lovelorn bondsman Max Cherry. Hell, even Robert De Niro is phenomenal, the iconic actor beautifully playing against his legend by inhabiting the film’s most pathetic and disposable character. For anyone put off by the blockbuster scale of Tarantino’s recent work, “Jackie Brown” is a rock-solid reminder of his genius for elevating fevered pastiche into singular pathos. And the soundtrack owns.

Begins streaming August 1st.

1. “All These Sleepless Nights” (2016)

It would be reductive and unfair to say that Michal Marczak’s “All These Sleepless Nights” is the film that Terrence Malick has been trying to make for the last 10 years, but it certainly feels that way while you’re watching it. A mesmeric, free-floating odyssey that wends its way through a hazy year in the molten lives of two Polish twentysomethings, this unclassifiable wonder obscures the divide between fiction and documentary until the distinction is ultimately irrelevant.

Read MoreReview: ‘All These Sleepless Nights’ Is the Movie That Terrence Malick Has Been Trying to Make

Unfolding like a plotless reality show that was shot by Emmanuel Lubezki, this lucid dream of a movie paints an unmoored portrait of a city in the throes of an orgastic reawakening. From the opening images of fireworks exploding over downtown Warsaw, to the stunning final glimpse of Marczak’s main subject — Krzysztof Baginski (playing himself, as everyone does), who looks and moves like a young Baryshnikov — twirling between an endless row of stopped cars during the middle of a massive traffic jam, the film is high on the spirit of liberation. More than just a hypnotically hyper-real distillation of what it means to be young, “All These Sleepless Nights” is a haunted vision of what it means to have been young.

Begins streaming August 15th.

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- David Ehrlich

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Kate Moss Admits ‘I’m a Control Freak’ When it Comes to Decorating Her Lavish London Home

2 August 2017 5:15 AM, PDT | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

Kate Moss doesn’t just know how to dress herself impeccably, the British fashion icon knows a few things about outfitting her home.

“I love mixing old and new things, all different eras,” the supermodel, 42, tells Architectural Digest in the September issue.  In her London house, which she decorated with interior designer Katie Grove — her former personal assistant—she admits to being involved in every element of the process. “I don’t want to say I’m a control freak, but I’m a control freak,” she says with a laugh.

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- Mackenzie Schmidt

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Tim McGraw and Faith Hill's Family Bond Is Country Strong

1 August 2017 2:05 PM, PDT | Popsugar.com | See recent Popsugar news »

Tim McGraw and Faith Hill are one of country music's most beloved couples, and their family is just as adorable. The pair tied the knot in 1996 and are parents to three beautiful daughters, Gracie, 19, Maggie, 18, and Audrey, 14. While they have both given us a glimpse at their sweet family life on social media, Tim has also brought his daughter Maggie as his date for various award shows. Whether they're singing along to Taylor Swift in the car or they're posing together on the red carpet, it's pretty obvious that their family bond is unbreakable. Related20 Pictures of Tim McGraw and Faith Hill's Epic Love Story »

- Kelsie Gibson

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Watch: Susan Lucci Gives a Tour of Her Hamptons Home — See the Surprise Addition She Says 'Took My Breath Away'

27 July 2017 3:30 PM, PDT | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

Susan Lucci is living the Hamptons dream, complete with a heavenly ceiling.

The TV veteran, 70, who starred as Erica Kane on All My Children for over 40 years, opens up the elegant beach house she shares with her husband, Helmet Huber, on the next episode of Open House.

Related: At Billy Joel’s South Florida Mansion, Modern Mediterranean Villa Meets Italian Restaurant

Of the living room’s stunning double-height windows offering picturesque vistas out to the Atlantic Ocean, Lucci notes, “we didn’t want to put anything on the windows. We didn’t want to distract from that beautiful view.” And »

- Mackenzie Schmidt

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Angelina Jolie Struggled to Furnish Her New $25 Million Solo Home: Decorating 'Was Always Brad’s Thing'

26 July 2017 11:50 AM, PDT | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

Angelina Jolie may own one of L.A.’s most stunning and storied homes, the former Cecil B. DeMille mansion, but the actress admits, she doesn’t know the first thing about decorating the place.

Design “was always Brad’s thing,” Jolie, 42, tells Vanity Fair in her September cover story. Her new home, an 11,000-square-foot mansion in Los Angeles with 6 bedrooms and 10 baths, was furnished in part by a set-decorator friend. The living room is outfitted with two cozy white sofas and several large throw pillows. “I didn’t even know I needed throw pillows,” Jolie admits.

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- Mackenzie Schmidt

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10 Secrets of Gianni Versace's Miami Mansion: Hidden Passages, a 24-Karat Pool and A-List Regulars

14 July 2017 3:46 PM, PDT | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

When legendary fashion designer Gianni Versace purchased his Mediterranean-style villa, then the Amsterdam Palace apartment building, in Miami Beach in 1992, Ocean Drive was still an odd collection of small hotels, modeling agencies and senior citizens’ homes. By 1997, the year he was gunned down by serial killer Andrew Cunanan on the front steps of the remarkable home he’d spent a reported $33 million restoring, the oceanfront strip was a bonafide celebrity destination.

Related: Gianni Versace’s Cold-Blooded Murder Outside His Mansion — 20 Years Later: ‘There Was Extraordinary Pain’

Twenty years after Versace’s death — the anniversary of his murder is July 15 — the property, »

- Mackenzie Schmidt

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Luke Bryan, Florida Georgia Line … and Dolly Parton! Highest Paid Country Crooners List Features a Few Surprises

11 July 2017 1:45 PM, PDT | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

They may sing about the simple joys of life, but top country singers are raking in some serious cash.

On Tuesday, Forbes released the 2017 list of the World’s Highest-Paid Country Music Stars, with the top 10 crooners earning a total of $366 million this year.

Topping the list is Garth Brooks, whose busy touring schedule brought in $60 million in the past year.

Kenny Chesney landed the No. 2 spot with $42.5 million, and Luke Bryan follows closely with $42 million, both of whom earned their paychecks with touring and the help of endorsement deals.

Dolly Parton makes an appearance at fourth on the list. »

- Stephanie Petit

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Watch Devin Dawson's Debut Video for 'All on Me' — and Find Out How Taylor Swift Changed His Life with Just One Word

6 July 2017 1:05 PM, PDT | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

Devin Dawson has a dark, brooding side that he’s quite comfortable with. So when it came time to shoot a video for his debut song, the infectious “All on Me,” he thought the Tennessee State Penitentiary would be the perfect back drop for the lighthearted love song.

“The cool thing is there’s three characters. It’s me, the girl and the prison,” Dawson tells People of shooting the clip at the historical prison, which has been closed since 1992. “It’s all overgrown and there’s foreboding skies. The whole idea of the video is it’s apocalyptic kind »

- Danielle Anderson

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Why 1997 Will Eternally Rule as an Amazing Year in Music

29 June 2017 2:52 PM, PDT | POPSUGAR | See recent BuzzSugar news »

It's hard to believe that we were bopping our heads 20 years ago to songs like "I'll Be Missing You," "The Freshmen," and "Coco Jamboo," to name a few (shout out if you remember the last one well, like I do). It was a magical year for the music industry, in that 1997 was still a time where every single genre was invited to the table and brought back for seconds and thirds. Make sure you're hungry, because we're about to serve you some delicious throwback jams that will leave you full - and jonesing for that old CD player you left at your parents' house years ago. In the mid-'90s, we saw a huge decline in what is considered "pop" music as the grunge and hip-hop scene made its way to the top of the charts and left the pop princes and princesses in the dust. A year before, in »

- Ryan Shea

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Beyoncé and Jay-Z Have a $100 Million Budget, but Still Can't Find a House They Like

28 June 2017 10:15 AM, PDT | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

Wanted: Los Angeles mansion fit for a king and queen. Throne room a must.

New parents of three, Jay-Z and Beyoncé have yet to find a home in Los Angeles that suits their needs and their $100 million budget, a real estate source confirms to People. “They want to find the perfect house to buy for their family, but they haven’t found it yet,” the source says. 

With a massive budget, and in a city of mega-mansions, the real estate options are seemingly endless. But when you’re a family of global superstars, even a 9-figure price tag can be limiting. »

- Mackenzie Schmidt

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Peyton List Chose Her Hip New Neighborhood Because 'No One [There] Watches Disney:' See Inside Her Boho-Chic Starter Home

20 June 2017 5:10 AM, PDT | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

When Peyton List needed to decorate her new 1,521-square-foot starter home, she asked her 11 million Instagram followers for help.

The account of interior designer and founder of A 1000 Times Better, Kristen Blazek, was the perfect mix of bohemian and youthful for the former Disney star, 19. “I really loved the aesthetic,” List tells archdigest.com. “It felt homey and that was super important.” She was so inspired, in fact, that she gave her Blazek’s team a blank slate. “I told them, ‘Go in. I trust you guys.’”

Related: Inside Faith Hill and Tim McGraw’s ‘Little Town’ in the Bahamas: »

- Mackenzie Schmidt

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Maggie Rose’s Steamy, Sexy Single Is About Her Love Life – and Her Husband Is ‘Very Flattered’

15 June 2017 9:05 AM, PDT | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

Maggie Rose‘s new single, “Body on Fire” – and companion video debuting exclusively on People – leaves no room for misinterpretation. It’s about sex. Steamy, smoking-hot sex.

But is it autobiographical?

The 29-year-old artist chuckles. “Absolutely.”

Rose and her husband, Austin Marshall, who works in Nashville music management, were newlyweds when she and co-writer Chad Carlson set out to “write a song about completely giving yourself to another person,” she says.

While the lyrics could be sung by a man, it’s hard not to think they’re written from a feminine perspective – a rarity these days in country music. »

- Nancy Kruh

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Watch: Tour Carrie Fisher's One-of-a-Kind Beverly Hills Home with her Brother: 'It’s Kind of Like Being Inside Her Head'

13 June 2017 2:58 PM, PDT | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

Carrie Fisher’s home is out of this universe.

Good Morning America‘s Ginger Zee took a tour of the late actress’s Hacienda-style home in Beverly Hills and captured all of the eclectic décor and personal Star Wars memorabilia that are proudly displayed in the colorful rooms.

“This whole house is filled with her life. It’s kind of like being inside her head.” says Fisher’s brother Todd who joined Zee on the tour.

The actress’s director’s chair from Return of the Jedi, a life-size Yoda statue, a collection of “Ugly children” paintings and other quirky »

- Megan Stein

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Faith Hill Slays National Anthem at Stanley Cup Final, Tim McGraw Cheers Her On

11 June 2017 6:58 PM, PDT | Entertainment Tonight | See recent Entertainment Tonight news »

Faith Hill knocked it out of the rink!

The Grammy winner stepped onto the ice to belt out a rousing rendition of "The Star-Spangled Banner" before Game 6 of the Stanley Cup Finals in Nashville, Tennessee, on Sunday.

Watch: Inside Faith Hill and Tim McGraw's Gorgeous Bahamas Home

The 49-year-old songstress was supported by her husband, Tim McGraw, who ran out onto the ice holding aloft some bright yellow towels, to hug her after her stellar performance. 

The country power couple both wore Nashville Predators jerseys to show their support for the Music City team in their bid for the NHL championship against the Pittsburgh Penguins. 

News: Keith Urban Sings National Anthem for the First Time at NHL Playoff Game as Nicole Kidman Cheers Him On

Hill's performance is the latest in a series of powerhouse national anthem performances at Predators' games, from the likes of Keith Urban and Carrie Underwood, whose husband »

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Inside Faith Hill and Tim McGraw's $145 Million Empire: Private Islands, Record-Breaking Tours and More

7 June 2017 2:53 PM, PDT | E! Online | See recent E! Online news »

Tim McGraw and Faith Hill have been together for over 20 years, and while that kind of love is a reward in itself, it's also proven to have some other benefits, too. Both Tim and Faith saw quite a bit of success in the early '90s, and they ended up getting together at the peak of their careers in 1996. Faith joined the country crooner on his Spontaneous Combustion Tour, and they ended up falling hard and fast for one another. They married in October of that year and welcomed their first child, Gracie, into the world in May of 1997. Many stories like this would continue by saying "the rest was history," but the rest was only about to get better for these two.  The next 20 »

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Gwyneth Paltrow's Hyper-Organized Pantry and Playroom Are Everything You Imagined and More

7 June 2017 9:05 AM, PDT | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

Gwyneth Paltrow’s Los Angeles pantry is pristine, but the storage spaces in her Hamptons house puts the West Coast one to shame.

The actress, 44, recently revamped a few rooms in her Long Island retreat, and the results are crisp, clean and bright white from wall to wall.

Organizing gurus Clea Shearer and Joanna Teplin, founders of the genius house perfecting service The Home Edit, are to thank for Paltrow’s enviable craft-and-toy storage room and pantry refresh. With celeb clients like Rachel Zoe and Vanessa Lachey, it’s easy to see why Paltrow opted for their expert tricks to get her house in gear. »

- Megan Stein

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Faith Hill and Tim McGraw Release Steamy Music Video for 'Speak to a Girl' -- Watch!

6 June 2017 6:37 PM, PDT | Entertainment Tonight | See recent Entertainment Tonight news »

Tim McGraw clearly knows how to "speak to a girl" because his wife, Faith Hill, can't get enough of him!

The country couple released their music video for "Speak to a Girl" on Tuesday, and it is Hot!

Watch: Faith Hill Sends Sweet Happy 50th Birthday Message to Tim McGraw With Intimate Pic: 'Never Better Baby!'

McGraw and Hill, who have been together for nearly 21 years, still bring the passion in their new video, which starts off with a steamy kiss. From there, the couple keeps it going with a makeout session on a turquoise couch and a whole lot of heavy petting in a barn.

Watch the sexy video below:

Exclusive: Tim McGraw Says the Best Part of Touring With Faith Hill is Hearing 'Her Sing Every Night'

"Speak to a Girl" clearly gets the couple in the mood for romance. McGraw and Hill couldn't keep their hands off each other while performing the sultry »

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