Faith Hill and Tim McGraw recently celebrated their 17th wedding anniversary and are denying the latest "ridiculous" rumors of divorce.
The couple is one of country music's most powerful duos, and they each have spoken freely about the success of their marriage in the past.
Nevertheless, McGraw and Hill are no exception to tabloid fodder, including rumors of their divorce this week.
Reports arose Thursday that suggested "furious clashes and suspected infidelities," according to the National Enquirer. The questionable publication also reported that McGraw was "threatening to walk for good."
Despite the sensational headlines, representatives for both Hill and McGraw have shut down the possibility of divorce.
McGraw's rep chalked the rumors up as "totally false and ridiculous," according to GossipCop.com, while Hill's rep also slammed the story as untrue.
Meanwhile, the married singers share three daughters together; Gracie Katherine, 15, Maggie Elizabeth, 14, and Audrey Caroline, 11.
Furthermore, 45-year-old Hill and her 46-year-old husband are a staple in the country music industry and have eve collaborated on several songs, co-headlined sold-out tours, and topped charts with their duets.
The husband and wife are often cited for providing a good example of balancing family life and a successful career, and they have admitted to never spending more than three days apart.
In February, McGraw released his latest album "Lanes of Freedom" and talked about its meaning to him.
"I'm in a good place right now," said the singer speaking to People magazine. "I really feel like this new album is not a culmination of the things I've done, it's a new beginning of the things I am going to do. I want to enjoy my career and having my family. I have a busy life, but it is a fulfilling life."
Additionally, McGraw told ABC News: "["Lanes of Freedom" is] sort of about acceleration and looking out at the open road. I think, looking sort of metaphorically at my career, it looks like I've got a lot more ahead of me than behind me and that's what I really feel like."