Tim McGraw and wife Faith Hill posed comfortably together on the red carpet at the CMA Awards this week, amidst speculation over the marriage.
The country music superstars have been happily married for nearly 20 years, but are frequently the topic of tabloid fodder.
Further disproving beliefs that their marriage is in trouble, McGraw and Hill attended the CMA Awards together in Nashville, Tenn. on Wednesday night where they lovingly posed for pictures holding hands and sharing kisses.
As the awards show got under way, McGraw picked up the Musical Event of the Year Award alongside Taylor Swift and Keith Urban for their song "Highway Don't Care." The song also earned them the Music Video of the Year Award.
Meanwhile, McGraw and Hill, both 46-years-old, share three daughters together and are a staple in the country music industry.
Nevertheless, the pair are frequently targeted in headlines that suggest divorce. For instance, a rumor arose earlier this year postulating that McGraw was "threatening to walk for good" and headed toward a $135 million divorce, according to the National Enquirer. The sensational headline also speculated over the couple's "sexual chemistry."
However, a rep for the couple clarified that the rumors were "totally false and ridiculous," reported GossipCop.com.
In February, McGraw released his latest album entitled "Lanes of Freedom" when he explained its meaning to him, providing hints that his marriage was healthy.
"I'm in a good place right now," said the singer, according to People magazine. "I really feel like his new album is not a culmination of the things I've done, it's a new beginning of the things I'm going to do. I want to enjoy my career and having my family. I have a busy life, but it's a fulfilling life."