Faith Hill Erupts At The Touchy-Feely Antics of Hubby Tim McGraw and Taylor Swift

Funny story written by Abel Rodriguez

Wednesday, 24 April 2013

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Faith Hill reportedly has two of the longest legs in country music. (Photo by Blake Shelton).

NEW ORLEANS - Tim McGraw and Taylor Swift performed together at a concert in the Big Easy's Voodoo Arena.

The crowd went wild when the duo launched into their duet titled "Highways Don't Lie - But Back Streets Sure A Shootin' Do."

Many in the audience were surprised at how friendly and downright touchy-feely McGraw and Swift were.

An unnamed source stated that Tim's long-legged wife Faith Hill was sitting in the third row and she could be seen turning two different shades of pink.

At one point Faith was heard to mumble the words silo skank, cornfield ho, and barn beatch.

After the concert Hill reportedly rushed backstage and confronted her flirtatious husband and the male-crazy Swift.

An unnamed member of the lighting crew told Music Moments Magazine that he has worked with McGraw and Hill for six years and he has never seen Faithy as mad as she was at that point.

She reportedly knocked Tim's black rubberized fireman's hat off his head and yelled at Taylor, "Ya see little kid, my hubby is balder than bald so you best not mess with him or else I will take a broomstick to the both of you, you understand me Cinderella?"

Tay-Tay did not say a word. She just rolled her eyes and left to go to her tour bus.

SIDENOTE: An inside source said that Taylor Swift was so upset with Faith Hill's accusations that she is going to write a not-so-nice song about her.

The funny story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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