Tim McGraw's 18-year-old daughter, Maggie, was his date for Sunday's 2016 American Music Awards, and she had one rule for her famous father.
"She's just trying to keep me from dancing. That's the biggest thing," the 49-year-old country crooner told ET's Cameron Mathison. "She said, 'Dad, don't embarrass me.' I kind of agree with her. I'm not a dancer."
Maggie, who just went off to college in September, looked a lot like her mother, Faith Hill, with her long blonde hair and edgy, all-black outfit. "They're growing up. They're growing up fast," McGraw said, adding that his 19-year-old daughter, Gracie, was at a wedding and his 14-year-old daughter, Audrey, was at a school play.
It was a big night for the 49-year-old singer, who won Favorite Country Song for his single, "Humble And Kind," making this his 11th AMA. McGraw revealed that he has so many awards at this point that he keeps "a few" at his mother's house.
McGraw looked just as fit as ever at the AMAs, but admitted that there's one popular workout that is "intense" even for him. "I did [my first] SoulCycle -- Beyonce SoulCycle -- believe it or not, on Friday morning, and it just about kicked my a**," he quipped. "It's fun but it's intense. ...If you've got skinny legs [and] you're always trying to figure out ways to build your legs up, that's one way to do it."