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Faith Hill is out of the football game.
The country star announced Monday morning on Twitter that she won't be doing the ''Sunday Night Football'' theme song this year.
She's been featured at the top of the broadcast for six years now.
Hill says in her tweet it's been an honor to appear on the NBC show, but that it's time to ''let someone else rock the open. Difficult decision. Kinda emotional.''
''Sunday Night Football'' executive producer Fred Gaudelli tweeted ''great love and appreciation'' to Hill for her participation over the years. He made no mention of what the show plans to do with the opening.
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Country Singer Faith Hill announces that she will no longer be part of the Sunday Night Football broadcast.@faithhill.
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There were times in the last six seasons when the highlight of NBC's Sunday Night Football broadcasts took place before kickoff. That's because the immortal Faith "Legatron" Hill hypnotized male viewers worldwide with her pregame song and dance before announcing on Monday that she's stepping down.
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In news that is sure to crush fans across the country, Faith Hill will no longer serve as the singer in the opening of NBC's Sunday Night Football, a role she's held since 2007. Hill apparently left the gig on her own accord, but the specifics behind her decision are unknown.
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It was learned this week that Sunday Night Football will be without country music superstar Faith Hill doing the lead in. Hill decided to opt out of another season on the primetime football broadcast and wants someone else to step in. Who should be the replacement?
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Guys--a familiar (and really hot face--and bod) will not be singing her way into our hearts this fall on Sunday nights like she has each and every season since 2007.
The singer announced on her Facebook page that she was no longer going to be performing the famous intro calling it a "difficult" and "emotional" decision:
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Faith Hill. Women want to be her (or be her friend) and men want to, well…you know. And, that’s pretty much the definition of success as a female. Plus, she loves football. Which makes me want to be friends with … Continue reading →The post Next woman up…football fans lose Faith on Sunday nights appeared first on Pigskin 'N Pearls.
When you've been waiting all day for Sunday night for six straight years, you're going to get burned out. Faith is no longer the singer/performer/entertainer for the Sunday Night Football theme song.
I don’t know if you’ll be able to handle this news, but country singer Faith Hill will be leaving her job of “waiting all day for Sunday night” in the Sunday Night Football intro after 8 years of service. It’s okay if you “cry a little.”In lieu of a gallery of leggy sports women, here is our brief statement of sadness.Hill used the same writing talent that crafted...
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