FAITH HILL MAKES RARE PERFORMANCE IN HOME STATE

She's been busy working on her next album, but Saturday night in Biloxi, Miss., Faith Hill performed at the "Brett Favre Fourward Foundation" benefit at the Grand Casino. Called "A Night Of Faith," the benefit raised money for an endowment at Gulfport's Memorial Hospital and Forrest General Hospital in Hattiesburg to provide help to uninsured and underinsured women with breast cancer. Brett and his wife Deanna hoped to raise $500,000 with Saturday night's live auction and concert. According to the "Biloxi Sun Herald," Faith wasn't the only celebrity in the room that night - Faith's hubby, Tim McGraw, was there, as was Blake Shelton and former 'N Sync member, Lance Bass. Deanna, who was diagnosed with breast cancer in October, hosted the event. She recently completed chemotherapy and is undergoing radiation treatments. Faith wowed the crowd with a set list that included "Wild One," "This Kiss," "The Secret of Life," "Piece of My Heart," "Let's Go to Vegas' and "Breathe." Faith encored with the Sam & Dave classic "When Something Is Wrong With My Baby."

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