Tim McGraw stopped by “The Tonight Show” to talk about the time his wife and co-star Faith Hill had to slap him in a scene for “1883”, the prequel western series to “Yellowstone”.
The country singer told host Jimmy Fallon that the couple wanted to do a “real slap,” not just a “TV slap.”
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McGraw joked that he wondered whether Hill was actually upset with him on set because “after about the eighth take,” he was “concussed,” thanks to her Rocky [Balboa]-like hit.
.@TheTimMcGraw on how he and @FaithHill got cast as the Duttons who founded #Yellowstone in the new series #1883. #FallonTonight pic.twitter.com/raICcUxbAR
— The Tonight Show (@FallonTonight) May 19, 2022
McGraw, whose been married to Hill for 25 years, also told Fallon about how he proposed to the “I Need You” singer “at a country music festival in a trailer park” while touring with her in the ’90s.
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The “1883” star, who plays James Dutton, the great-great-great-grandfather to Kevin Costner’s John Dutton, is currently playing shows on “The McGraw Tour 2022” and revealed he’s in the middle of recording a new album.
Despite Hill hitting her husband a little too hard, McGraw gushes over how his wife “elevated” his acting in “1883” in the full interview above.
Thanx for having me @jimmyfallon always a pleasure being there! @FallonTonight pic.twitter.com/hr8nu8EVrQ
— Tim McGraw (@TheTimMcGraw) May 19, 2022