But I wasn’t about to let Tim slip through my hands,” she told People.
Mc Graw proposed to Hill later that year in-between a concert he and Hill were performing in Colorado. I want you to marry me.'” The songstress laughed in response.
The country music power couple, who have been married for more than two decades, brought their "Soul2Soul" tour to Grand Forks Tuesday after making a stop down Interstate 29 in Sioux Falls on Sunday.
Country husband-and-wife-duo Tim Mc Graw and Faith Hill perform "I Knew You Were Waiting" during their "Soul2Soul" tour concert at the Ralph Engelstad Arena Tuesday night.
Nick Nelson / Grand Forks Herald It was date night for couples on and off stage at the Ralph Engelstad Arena as Faith Hill and Tim Mc Graw took the stage Tuesday night.
Before the pair shared the stage in 1996 for their very appropriately named "Spontaneous Combustion" tour, Tim called off his engagement to Kristine.
At the time, Faith was engaged to Scott Hendricks, a record producer.
But instead, they were treated to a whole different kind of show — Mc Graw and Hill standing beneath an oak tree with a minister ready to say their vows.