There's plenty of pressure to look perfect on the red carpet, but Faith Hill wasn't afraid to leave her orthodontics on for her big night out at the 55th Grammy awards Sunday. The 45-year-old singer wore a black and navy J.Mendel gown, Lorraine Schwartz jewelry and a set of clear braces.
"I didn't wear my retainer," Hill told country radio station KNIX in October. "I had braces when I was a kid. You know, it's not too bad."
Hill was at the Grammys to present an award with her husband, Tim McGraw.
The musical duo spoke to Ryan Seacrest about their co-headlining show in Las Vegas:
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