If you're going to write a hit about country music superstar Tim McGraw, you probably hope that one day you're going to get to sing it with the man himself.
That's exactly what happened Saturday night, when Taylor Swift — whose debut song "Tim McGraw" was a hit in 2006 — was joined onstage by McGraw and his wife, Faith Hill!
Swift, 28, has been on the road for her "Reputation" tour, and noted that this was the first time she'd headlined at Nissan Stadium in Nashville, Tennessee.
During the show, Swift began playing "Tim McGraw" while seated at the piano. Then she told the audience, "Make some noise for Faith Hill, Nashville!"
Country power couple Hill, 50, and McGraw, 51, have been married since 1996, so it makes sense that Hill would want to belt out a few of the lyrics, like "When you think 'Tim McGraw' I hope you think my favorite song."
But Swift wasn't done with the surprises.
Hill hugged Swift and the pair sang the next verse and chorus. But then McGraw appeared onstage and the three of them took over the song together.
"Every second of that show meant so much to me," Swift wrote on Instagram later, and both McGraw and Hill thanked her on Twitter.
Talk about a meta moment for a trio of megastars!
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