Tim McGraw Brings Daughter Maggie As His Date to the CMT Awards

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(Tim McGraw and daughter attend the 2016 CMT Music Award. Photo by Kevin Mazur/WireImage)

Few couples in country music are more beloved than the longstanding institution of Tim McGraw and Faith Hill, so it probably is no surprise fans were longing for a glance at the rarified pair during the 2016 CMT Awards. Turns out, Tim decided to bring himself a different — although just as lovely—date.

Not to worry; the “Humble and Kind” hitmaker wasn’t pulling anything over on his wife. McGraw’s lady of the evening happened to be his middle daughter, Maggie. The 17-year-old, dressed stylishly but demurely in all black for the awards show, stood out not only for her beauty, but also the fact that she looks exactly like her famous father.

She also appeared completely poised sandwiched between some of country’s tip-top A-listers, casually throwing an arm around Luke Bryan’s wife on one side, and smiling at Carrie Underwood and Nashville Predator Mike Fisher on the other.

The McGraw girls have all inherited more than just their parents’ good looks. Maggie’s older sister, Gracie (who, coincidentally, happens to bear an eerie resemblance to their mother) is featured on McGraw’s latest and 14th studio album, Damn Country Music, delivering the duet “Here Tonight” with her dad. Youngest sister Audrey, 13, has performed pre-shows for McGraw on tour, stunning audiences with her vocal chops. Maggie herself has not made any public talent displays along these lines, but McGraw has noted that all his children have displayed an interest in and aptitude for music.

The 2016 CMT Awards were aired live June 8 from Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena. McGraw took home the all-fan-voted night’s top honor, Video of the Year, for “Humble and Kind.”