Faith Hill Shuts Down Latest Event in a Lace Bodysuit

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Move out of the way and let country royalty show you how it's done! As couple goals on and off the screen, Tim McGraw and Faith Hill sure know how to tear up the red carpet.

The talented duo, who tied the knot over two decades ago, are still going strong and now their lives are even more intertwined since they've appeared as co-stars on 1883. Obviously, fans know that the couple's chemistry is undeniable on screen (duh!), but Tim revealed that among all his co-stars, he was most nervous to perform alongside his wife. It took him three days just to get up the nerve to ask Faith to play his on-screen wife in Yellowstone and 1883.

Ever since the merging of Viacom and CBS to become Paramount in December 2019, big players in the industry including actors, media buyers, and executives haven't had a chance to meet in person... until now. So, Paramount invited Tim and Faith to their in-person upfront presentation, and let's just say the couple did not disappoint.

Photo credit: CBS Photo Archive - Getty Images
Photo credit: CBS Photo Archive - Getty Images

Both kept things sharp and to the point with matching black pants suits. Tim left his signature cowboy hat at home while Faith opted for a sultry, lace bodysuit beneath her blazer.

It's a good thing the couple kept things simple and classic because once inside the event, they were a hot topic throughout the night. As one of Paramount's most successful franchises, some of the Yellowstone and 1883 cast, including Kevin Costner and Kelly Reilly, garnered a lot of enthusiasm from the crowd.

The future is looking mighty bright for the Yellowstone franchise and its creator Taylor Sheridan. With more episodes of Yellowstone in the works, fans can also look forward to a new spinoff called 6666 and new scripted series 1883: The Bass Reeves Story.

6666 takes place when Comanches still ruled Texas and no ranch in America is more steeped in history of the west than the 6666. The ranch still operating today inspired the new series where the rule of law and the laws of nature merge in a place where the most dangerous thing one does is the next thing.

On the other hand, 1883: The Bass Reeves Story brings the legendary lawman of the wild west to life. Believed to be the inspiration for The Lone Ranger, Reeves worked during the post-Reconstruction era and captured over 3,000 of the most dangerous criminals without being wounded.

Needless to say, we're adding all of these to our must-watch lists!

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