Tim McGraw and Faith Hill’s daughter Gracie McGraw has an odd nickname for her recently-shorn dog: “rat dog.” And yet the aspiring actress certainly seems fond of her pup, snapping multiple pictures of the cute canine and posting them to Instagram.
“Week so far with my rat dog and my @sweaterpuppies187,” McGraw captioned the mini-photo album, which also included some shots of herself and a friend out on the town.
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CAA represents multiple high-profile Hollywood celebrities, such as Julia Roberts and Brad Pitt. But the agency ran into some trouble during the pandemic, when its debt was downgraded and it had to lay off 90 agents and executives while furloughing 275 staffers, per the Los Angeles Times.
McGraw has said she hopes to perform on Broadway someday. In the meantime, she seems to be working at building her fanbase through social media.
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Last year, the aspiring actress posted a video of herself singing “The Wizard and I” from the musical “Wicked” to Instagram. She said that Elphie is a “dream role for me” and that it made her happy when her followers requested the song.
“Just want to start off by saying YES, I know these aren’t the best vocal videos out there but Broadway makes me very happy and I hope to be there one day,” she posted. “This is practice for me. The only way to get better is to do it multiple times honey!!”
And on Gracie’s birthday, her dad Tim McGraw posted a video of the two of them singing a duet – “What Kind of Fool,” from Barbara Streisand’s 1981 album Guilty – in the car on a road trip.
“I’m so proud of her! She is so talented and capable….she can do anything she sets her mind to…..above all, she has a heart of gold, loves her family and friends unconditionally, she is simply a jewel in this world and I am so proud of the young woman she has become,” McGraw posted.
That’s not the only time Gracie has performed a duet with her dad. In 2015, she took the stage at the Bridgestone Arena in Nashville to sing “Here Tonight” with him. The young performer was reportedly also in an all-girl rock band called Tingo when she was in college. The group played some shows and cut some songs together but have since disbanded.