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Hold off on that Faith Hill/Tim McGraw duets disc

Friday, February 22, 2008 – Hold off on that Tim and Faith duets album. While apparently rumored to be in the works, a spokesperson for Faith Hill said Friday that the reports are false.

"Tim and I have always talked about making an album together, but at this time there are no plans for one this year," said Hill in a statement about an album with husband Tim McGraw

"We're both working on our own projects, me on my first Christmas record and perhaps a few other surprises in '08, and he on a new tour, his next album and a movie to be released this Christmas."

Hill and McGraw, of course, have released a number of hit singles and toured together on their Soul2Soul tours.


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