Tim McGraw Makes a Wish Come True On the GRAMMYs Red Carpet

Last night at the GRAMMY Awards, one country music artist made the red carpet a little more humble and kind. Tim McGraw, appearing arm-in-arm with his stunning wife Faith Hill, celebrated a nomination for his No. 1 song “Humble and Kind,” but more than being honored for the tune, he proved to be the lyrics personified.

A red carpet photo was captured that won our hearts, and it wasn’t a standard smile and pose shot that we would call the best pre-show moment of the night. Instead, it was a candid moment between McGraw and a young cancer warrior who was at the awards show through the Make-A-Wish Foundation.

The McGraw song earned songwriter, Lori McKenna, the highest honor for “Best Country Song,” and the song coming to life through the actions of the performer was the most humble, kind, and touching thing we saw all night.

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