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The pair, who met in 1996 when Hill opened up for Mc Graw on a tour, are so close that the music industry can't quite believe they're still together.
When rumors that they were headed for divorce flew around last fall, Hill, who has three daughters with Mc Graw, told People magazine the gossip left her "perplexed": "I don't know why 'happy' can't be a story." Garth Brooks and Trisha Yearwood: Garth Brooks came out of a five-year retirement in a big way in 2005, when he proposed to his longtime friend and fellow country singer Trisha Yearwood in front of a crowd of 7,000.
The musical couple are routinely among country's most celebrated and successful artists, not to mention being individually adored by fans.
Faith Hill and Tim Mc Graw: With a marriage that's lasted 17 years, Faith Hill and Tim Mc Graw are one of contemporary country music's most enduring couples.
Both Brooks and Yearwood had been married in the years between their first meeting in 1987 and their eventual marriage, but as luck would have it, they both found themselves single at the same time and decided to give a romantic relationship a try.
"I've got to tell you, I never knew it could be like this," Brooks told Ellen De Generes last fall.
And after marrying in 2006, it seems they're still just as in love as they day the met at a 2005 event honoring Australians in Hollywood.
Keifer and Shawna Thompson: The husband-and-wife team behind Thompson Square aren't afraid to put their love front and center in their music.
Their latest album, "Just Feels Good," is all about their 13-year marriage: "Ever since we've been married, we've always worked together," Shawna says on Thompson Square's website, as her husband Keifer chimes in, "I don't know that the other way would work. Obviously we fight like everybody else and, when we do, we do it really well.
Country music is home to some of our favorite songs, and a few of our favorite celebrity couples.
In anticipation of seeing some of them Sunday at the Academy of Country Music Awards, we're writing little love notes for the country couples we never could get enough of.
"I'm not a religious guy, but I always felt God put us together," John Mc Bride told The Boot in 2010. I told her, 'If we could bottle what we have, we could retire, girl.' We're so lucky."Reba Mc Entire and Narvel Blackstock: Marrying your manager wouldn't work for everyone, but for Reba Mc Entire it's been a dream.