Tim and Faith Divorce Official? Rumors About Country Music Stars Persist

By Emma Koonse , Christian Post Reporter
August 26, 2013|9:52 am

Tim McGraw and Faith Hill divorce rumors continue to circulate and many fans are wondering about the duo's marriage on Monday.

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Last week, the super star couple shut down the divorce gossip as being "ridiculous," but rumors persisted that their 17-year-old marriage is on the rocks.

Reports initially arose last Thursday that suggested "furious clashes and suspected infidelities," according to the National Enquirer. The questionable publication also reported that McGraw was "threatening to walk for good."

Furthermore, another sensational headline suggested that Hill and McGraw were heading toward a $135 million divorce and even speculated over the couple's "sexual chemistry."

The tabloid, which has targeted Hill and McGraw for years, went on to cite various anonymous insiders who claimed that the couple's marriage was falling apart.

However, the magazine offered neither actual evidence nor reasons to believe that Hill and McGraw were splitting.

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Representatives of both Hill and McGraw have denied the divorce claims, with McGraw's even adding that the scuttlebutt was "totally false and ridiculous," according to GossipCop.com.

Adding to doubts about the celebrity couple's divorce, the husband and wife are often cited for providing a good example of balancing family life and a successful career, and they have admitted to never spending more than three days apart.

Furthermore, 45-year-old Hill and her 46-year-old husband are a staple in the country music industry and have eve collaborated on several songs, co-headlined sold-out tours, and topped charts with their duets.

The married singers share three daughters together; Gracie Katherine, 15, Maggie Elizabeth, 14, and Audrey Caroline, 11.

In February, McGraw released his latest album "Lanes of Freedom" and talked about its meaning to him, providing hints that his marriage is healthy.

"I'm in a good place right now," said the singer speaking to People magazine. "I really feel like this new album is not a culmination of the things I've done, it's a new beginning of the things I am going to do. I want to enjoy my career and having my family. I have a busy life, but it is a fulfilling life."

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