We were all doing a double take when we read the news that Faith Hill had a new project in the works. Not that we don’t want to hear new music from Hill, but this particular collaboration seemed a little off.
CNN posted a tweet Friday afternoon that broke the news that "Faith Hill" would be releasing an album of duets with the late rap icon Notorious B.I.G. in an album called "The King & I."
Let that sink in for a second.
Sure, husband Tim McGraw collaborated with rapper Nelly on "Over and Over" back in 2004, but this just felt a little different.
It’s also a little wrong. If you look at the photo attached to CNN’s tweet, the image is actually of hit R&B singer-songwriter Faith Evans, not Faith Hill.
CNN stepped up and took responsibility for the error later in their timeline by issuing a correction, but not before a few hundred Twitter users caught it, including Faith Hill and Faith Evans.
Hill simply said,"This sounds awesome!"
Faith Evans, who is actually releasing the project, succinctly responded with a pair of left-looking emoji eyes in a tweet, but also shared other humorous tweets, including a photoshopped image of her upcoming album:
She also asked Hill if she was up for a duet:
Maybe we'll get a collaboration between two Faiths soon!
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