Big news for Faith Hill and Tim McGraw fans: The country music super-couple are coming to TV sets and stages near you!
Tuesday the pair — who celebrate 20 years of marriage on Oct. 6 — announced in a statement they will be joining NBC's "The Voice" this month as key advisers, the first time the show has featured two in that slot at the same time.
"I think having the perspective of performing live in many different venues, from clubs to stadiums, will help us in working with 'The Voice' artists this season," said Hill in the statement. "It's important that they be able to connect with their audience."
While on the show, Hill and McGraw will spend time with each team member and coach, giving advice on performance strategy and offering tips.
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Noted McGraw, "I really like to dig into songs and how they need to be presented in a live environment. I'm looking forward to working with the coaches to help the artists reach their potential."
But they didn't stop there: On Tuesday at legendary Ryman Auditorium in Nashville, Tennessee Hill and McGraw took to the stage for a surprise performance, and then alerted the audience (and Facebook Live viewers) that they will be hitting the road on their Soul2Soul World Tour.
The 65-city tour will kick off in New Orleans on April 7, and is the first time Hill has toured since 2007. This is their third Soul2Soul tour; the first was in 2000 and the second, in 2006, grossed over $100 million and is the highest-grossing country tour of all-time, according to USA Today.
"OK, so we are going back on the road, on tour," Hill told the Ryman crowd. "We are going to go from side to side, south to north, all the way around the globe."
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