This glamorous country bombshell has already launched her own talk show with hosts Kellie Pickler and Ben Aaron, but now she’s going to be judging one of the country’s biggest TV talent shows!
Faith Hill (and husband Tim McGraw) has been out on their lengthy Soul2Soul World Tour for nearly two years, but now that they’ve finished up their sold-out tour, each are picking up new projects – and they both show no signs of stopping!
Both these songs were ready to be heard and will absolutely give a sense of where I’m going with my next project. They're meaningful to me and show the diversity of what I’ve been working on musically, I hope you like em! #NeonChurch
— Tim McGraw (@TheTimMcGraw) October 4, 2018
McGraw just dropped two brand new songs from his upcoming album and is working on cranking out even more music, while his wife has announced she will be starring in what is claiming to be “the world’s best” talent show!
Already the executive producer for Nashville’s hottest new talk show, Pickler & Ben, Faith Hill has recently announced she’ll be starring in the first season of CBS’ new talent competition, The World’s Best.
— Buckles and Bulls (@BucklesandBulls) September 20, 2017
This newest addition to the ever-growing list of television talent/singing competitions, CBS is throwing its hat into the ring and has a very unique setup of judges and a host that everyone already loves!
— Faith Hill (@FaithHill) October 8, 2018
Faith Hill will be joining Drew Barrymore and RuPaul Charles as judges for the show which will be hosted by Late Night sensation James Corden. The World’s Best is set to debut with a 10-episode first season in 2019 and will “search to find the ‘world’s best’ in talent.”
Previously, Hill and husband Tim McGraw were featured as all-team advisers on NBC’s The Voice, but neither has been enlisted as judges on any talent show to-date. This will be a marked departure from other television appearances she’s made, and many fans are thrilled to see how this turns out!
The World’s Best will be joining the likes of ABC’s revived American Idol, Fox’s The Four, and NBC’s America’s Got Talent combo with The Voice. In addition to the already-airing talent competitions, Real Country will be debuting on USA this fall to “hand-select” emerging country stars.
Check out Faith Hill and Tim McGraw on The Voice below and let us know what you think this new show will bring to reality TV competitions! Will you be watching?