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The country superstar fills in for Glen Campbell to perform 'I'm Not Gonna Miss You' from the documentary 'I'll Be Me' while the British songbird sings 'Grateful' from 'Beyond the Lights'.
McGraw will sing the track from the 'Glen Campbell: I'll Be Me' documentary on behalf of Campbell who was diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease in 2011.
The country star, who currently is promoting his newly released album 'Sundown Heaven Town', dishes on his marriage to Hill whom he wed 18 years ago.
Jesslyn Taylor has hired a lawyer and wants an apology, claiming that she was not trying to grab McGraw's junk and just wanted a touch when the singer smacked her.
A rep for McGraw has explained the incident, saying that the fan grabbed the country singer's leg and 'wouldn't let go as he was moving through the crowd.'
The country music veterans get seven nominations apiece while Keith Urban follows closely behind with six.
The country superstar has also announced that he'll embark on a summer tour entitled 'The Sundown Haven Tour' starting in May.
The country singers kind of get used to the false rumors since the first week of their marriage 17 years ago.
Both artists have won two each, with the former sharing Music Video of the Year and Musical Event of the Year prizes with Taylor Swift and Keith Urban for their collaboration 'Highway Don't Care'.
The country crooner returns to the big screen in a new Brad Bird film that will begin shooting next week.
The five-minute video sees the 'Highway Don't Care' singer performing some shows of his Two Lanes of Freedom Tour.
The 46-year-old director of 'Star Trek Into Darkness' admits that Lucasfilm's decision to shoot the next 'Star Wars' film in Britain drives him 'insane.'
The massive debut of Ethan Hawke's latest horror-thriller film exceeds expectations, overthrowing 'Fast and Furious 6' and outperforming newly-released 'The Internship'.
Martin Scorsese presented the award to the 'Young Frankenstein' director, who said, 'Movies rescued my soul,' at the reception on Thursday, June 6.
The three country music superstars come together for another live performance of their collaboration ballad 'Highway Don't Care'.