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Faith Hill, Tim McGraw deny divorce rumors

Faith Hill, Tim McGraw deny divorce rumors

HAPPILY MARRIED: Tim McGraw and Faith Hill insist they are not headed for divorce. Photo: Associated Press

Country singers Faith Hill and Tim McGraw have slammed ongoing reports suggesting they are on the verge of a divorce, insisting the rumors are completely made up.

The couple’s marriage has been under heavy scrutiny for the past several months with many so-called sources claiming the singers are headed for a break-up, but now Faith and McGraw are clearing up those rumors, explaining the negative gossip has been around since the first week they were married.

Hill says, “I wish people would stop buying that stuff (tabloid gossip), and I wish they’d just stop printing that stuff.

“Happy is good. I don’t know why happy can’t be a story.”

Hill and McGraw tied the knot in 1996 and have three children together.

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