Tim McGraw and Faith Hill Just Get Better With Age—Returning to ACM Stage 20 Years After “It’s Your Love”

Tim McGraw and Faith Hill Just Get Better With Age—Returning to ACM Stage 20 Years After “It’s Your Love”

Tim McGraw and Faith Hill’s performance of “Speak to a Girl” at the 52nd annual Academy Awards Sunday night (April 2) marked the television debut of the lead single from their upcoming duets album, which is due out later this year.

But it was the mere appearance of the couple that sent fans into a frenzy. While Tim and Faith have performed together on the ACM stage over the years, seeing them back together onstage exactly 20 years after they won fans over with their first duet single, “It’s Your Love,” was magical. Like a fine wine, the dynamic duo has gotten better with age.

In 1997, Faith was pregnant with the couple’s first child, Gracie, as they displayed their love for the world to see—making them an instant super couple in the eyes of country music fans worldwide.

1997 photo by Susan Sterner/AP; 2017 photo by Ethan Miller/Getty Images

Twenty years later, Tim and Faith are still giving us relationship goals, as they performed a sultry rendition of “Speak to a Girl” on the ACM stage. The sexy couple stood on opposite ends of the stage as they slowly walked toward each other as the song culminated. At the end of the song, Faith jumped up and down with excitement and into her husband’s arms to share a loving kiss.

Photo by Ethan Miller/Getty Images

Tim and Faith will continue their seductive performances as they head out to New Orleans to kick off their Soul2Soul World Tour on April 7.

2017 Soul2Soul World Tour Dates

April 7 / New Orleans / Smoothie King Center
April 9 / Tupelo, Miss. / Bancorpsouth Arena
April 20 / N. Charleston, S.C. / N. Charleston Coliseum
April 21 / Birmingham, Ala. / BJCC
April 22 / Atlanta / Phillips Arena
April 27 / St. Louis / Scottrade Center
April 28 / Louisville Ky. / KFC Yum! Center
April 29 / Indianapolis / Bankers Life Fieldhouse
May 4 / Newark, N.J. / Prudential Center
May 5 / Uncasville, Conn. / Mohegan Sun
May 6 / Uncasville, Conn./ Mohegan Sun
May 11 / Tulsa, Okla. / Bok Center
May 12 / Lincoln, Neb. / Pinnacle Bank Arena
May 13 / Oklahoma City, Okla. / Chesapeake Energy Arena
May 18 / Spokane, Wash. / Spokane Arena
May 19 / Bozeman, Mont. / Brick Breeden Fieldhouse
May 20 / Bozeman, Mont. / Brick Breeden Fieldhouse
May 25 / Boise, Idaho / Taco Bell Arena
May 26 / Portland, Ore. / Moda Center
May 27 / Tacoma, Wash. / Tacoma Dome
May 31 / Vancouver, British Columbia / Rogers Arena
June 2 / Calgary, Alberta / Scotiabank Saddledome
June 3 / Edmonton, Alberta / Rogers Palace
June 4 / Saskatoon, Saskatchewan / Sasktel Centre
June 7 / Winnipeg, Manitoba / MTS Centre
June 9 / Sioux Falls, S.D. / Denny Sanford Premier Centre
June 10 / Des Moines, Iowa / Wells Fargo Arena
June 15 / Grand Rapids, Mich. / Van Andel Arena
June 16 / Milwaukee, Wis. / BMO Harris Bradley Center
June 17 / Moline, Ill. / IWireless Center
June 22 / Ottawa, Ontario / Canadian Tire Centre
June 23 / Toronto, Ontario / Air Canada Centre
June 24 / Toronto, Ontario / Air Canada Centre
July 7 / Boston / TD Garden
July 8 / Boston / TD Garden
July 13 / Las Vegas / T-Mobile Arena
July 14 / Los Angeles / Staples Center
July 15 / Los Angeles / Staples Center
July 21 / Glendale, Ariz. / Gila River Arena
July 22 / Ontario, Canada / Citizens Business Bank Arena
July 23 / San Diego / Valley View Casino Center
July 28 / Sacramento, Calif. / Golden 1 Center
July 29 / San Jose, Calif. / SAP Center
July 31 / Denver / Pepsi Center
Aug. 1 / Denver / Pepsi Center
Aug. 3 / Little Rock, Ark. / Verizon Arena
Aug. 4 / Nashville / Bridgestone Arena
Aug. 5 / Nashville / Bridgestone Arena
Aug. 17 / Cleveland / Quicken Loans Arena
Aug. 18 / Philadelphia / Wells Fargo Center
Aug. 24 / Fargo, N.D. / Fargodome
Aug. 25 / St. Paul, Minn. / XCEL Energy Center
Aug. 26/ St. Paul, Minn. / XCEL Energy Center
Aug. 31 / Chicago / Allstate Arena
Sept. 1 / Chicago / Allstate Arena
Sept. 2 / Cincinnati / US Bank Arena
Sept. 7 / Columbus, Ohio / Nationwide Arena
Sept. 8 / Detroit / The Palace of Auburn Hills
Sept. 9/ Ft. Wayne, Ind. / War Memorial
Sept. 14 / Knoxville, Tenn. / Thompson Boling Arena
Sept. 15 / Greenville, S.C. / Bon Secours Wellness Arena
Sept. 16 / Jacksonville, Fla. / Veterans Memorial Arena
Sept. 21 / Wichita, Kan. / Intrust Bank Arena
Sept. 22 / Omaha, Neb. / Centurylink Arena
Sept. 23 / Kansas City, Mo. / Sprint Center
Sept. 27 / Salt Lake City / Vivint Smart Home Arena
Sept. 29 / Fresno, Calif. / Save Mart Center
Sept. 30 / Bakersfield, Calif. / Rabobank Center
Oct. 5 / San Antonio / AT& T Center
Oct. 6 / Houston / Toyota Center
Oct. 7 / Dallas / American Airlines Arena
Oct. 12 / Pittsburgh / PPG Paints Arena
Oct. 13 / Washington, D.C. / Verizon Center
Oct. 14 / Greensboro, N.C. / Greensboro Coliseum
Oct. 19 / Sunrise, Fla. / BB&T Center
Oct. 20 / Tampa, Fla. / Amalie Arena
Oct. 21 / Orlando, Fla. / Amway Center
Oct. 26 / Buffalo, N.Y. / First Niagara Center
Oct. 27 / Brooklyn, N.Y. / Barclays Center

MAIN: 1997 by Ron Wolfson; 2017 photo by Jason Simanek

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