Tim McGraw & Faith Hill Finally Meet Their Twins

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Prior to its grand opening in April, Madame Tussauds Nashville, previewed some of its wax figures, including ones designed to resemble Jason Aldean and Darius Rucker, among other artists. People were amazed by how much the figurines looked like their country star counterparts. Some of the figurines looked so similar to the real-life artists that if you saw them next to one another, you’d swear they were twins!

That’s certainly the case when it comes to the figurines designed to resemble Tim McGraw and Faith Hill. The two country superstars first got the chance to meet their figurines before their August 5 concert in Nashville.

Madame Tussauds brought the figurines backstage at Bridgestone Arena for McGraw and Hill’s first encounter with them. The entire thing was filmed by Nash Country Daily, who captured the couple’s stunned reaction after viewing their respective wax figurines.

Wow, that is amazing,” Hill said, covering her face with her hands in shock. McGraw was equally impressed by the figurines, exclaiming, “They look just like us!

The two slowly made their way over to the figurines, stunned by the attention to detail. McGraw noted how the artists didn’t leave a single characteristic out, pointing specifically to a scar on his chest.

McGraw and Hill made the entire meeting hilarious, with the most chuckle-worthy moment emerging once they turned to focus on Hill’s figurine. Hill kept talking about how freaked out she was by the resemblance, but McGraw seemed pleased, complimenting the figurine for having a “nice butt.”

That’s just one of several funny moments that occurred when McGraw and Hill set eyes on their wax figurines. You can watch the rest of their encounter in the video below!

What do you think of McGraw and Hill’s figurines? We think they look a lot like them!

Watch Tim McGraw and Faith Hill Meet Their Waxy Doppelgangers

Watch Tim McGraw and Faith Hill Meet Their Waxy DoppelgangersMadame Tussauds Nashville, which opened its doors in April, houses nearly 50 wax figures representing artists from all genres of music, including Tim McGraw and Faith Hill.Before their Soul2Soul Tour stop in Nashville on Aug. 5, Tim and Faith got to meet meet their waxy doppelgangers backstage at Bridgestone Arena—and both artists were quite impressed with their likenesses.“Wow, that is amazing,” said Faith on first glance, before Tim added, “It looks just like us.”Watch Tim and Faith's reaction below.

Posted by Nash Country Daily on Wednesday, August 16, 2017