The Truth Unveiled: Tim McGraw Says Wife Faith Hill Slapped Him Harder Than Expected for ‘1883’ Scene!

Tim McGraw and Faith Hill, the country music power couple, have joined forces on the small screen in the new “Yellowstone” prequel series, “1883.” This marks their first appearance together in a TV show, but their chemistry is undeniable as they portray James and Margaret Dutton, a married couple with a tumultuous relationship.

In a recent interview with People, McGraw revealed a behind-the-scenes story that left him quite literally stunned. During a scene that called for Hill’s character to slap him, McGraw was caught off guard by the intensity of the hit. “I was expecting a finger slap, but it was a paw to the jaw,” he joked, adding that there was “25 years of pent-up aggression” in that moment.



The couple, who met at a Nashville gig in late 1994 and married in October 1996, celebrated their 25th anniversary while filming the show this past fall. Despite their history, Hill noted that they made a conscious decision not to rehearse their scenes together before getting on set. “It’s important that we react to one another naturally as characters, not as husband and wife,” she explained.

The series, which also stars big names like Sam Elliott and Billy Bob Thornton, explores the origins of the Dutton family’s empire and their journey west through the Great Plains.


While this may be their first time sharing the small screen, both McGraw and Hill are no strangers to acting, with notable roles in movies like “Friday Night Lights,” “The Blind Side,” “Stepford Wives,” and “Dixieland.”


McGraw summed up the whole experience with genuine enthusiasm: “I’ve never had so much fun in my life.” It’s a sentiment that fans are sure to share as they watch these two beloved stars bring their talents to a new frontier.


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