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Would Faith Hill ever pose nude? Ã¢ÂÂ¦ Just what kind of a neighbor is Kenny Chesney? Ã¢ÂÂ¦ What's the one thing she does that drives Tim crazy?
Those are just a few of the questions you wanted us to ask -- and Faith answered!
After posting a notice on www.countryweekly.com , our e-mail box exploded with thousands of queries from fans across the world.
So we sorted through the questions and pulled out as many as Faith could handle in a wide-ranging, hour-long interviewÃ¢ÂÂ¦ which she absolutely loved doing! From family issues to guilty pleasures to pet names she has for Tim -- there's no question Faith wouldn't meet head-on.
If you weren't a singer, what other job would you be good at?
I probably would be a good interior designer. That's something I enjoy doing. I'm very interested in architecture and decorating. Coming up with great ideas and changing a room -- from what first seemed to be hopeless to magnificent. Little diamonds in the rough is what I like.
Do you have a favorite perfume?
I have a perfume made by Creed. It's actually a combination of perfumes. With that line of perfume, you can create your own scent, and I did. It's very clean and fresh. A little citrus-y, but not in an offensive way. I like to smell as if I have nothing on, really.
What's in your purse right now?
Dental floss, lipstick -- many colors -- lotion, lip balm. Let's seeÃ¢ÂÂ¦ a pencil, a pad, little barrettes for the kids, little odds and ends for them. That's about it.
If someone asked you to sing at their wedding, would you do it -- and what would you charge?
I get those requests a lot. I think they're really sweet. I probably would at some time -- it just depends on the situation. And I wouldn't charge a thing. Weddings these days are expensive enough!
You've talked about wanting lots of kids. How many do you and Tim plan on having?
I don't know. Three might be it, but we've talked about going on. We first said five. But Tim and I have very busy careers. We try and keep it all together with the children and give them some kind of normal life. There's gonna come a time -- and it's coming soon -- when some serious decisions have to be made. And they [the children] always come first.
If you weren't able to have any more of your own, would you adopt?
What advice would you give to adopted children who want to find their biological family, as you did?
That's a very personal decision. It's very important, if you have a close family that's adopted you, that it's something everyone participates in. Each life is different. It should not be a selfish act, because it involves so many different people and emotions. It's a very mature decision, so think. Don't let it be something that you wake up one morning and decide to do. It needs to be something that's well thought out, and definitely well prayed about.
You've been pretty open about your search for your birth mother. What kind of relationship do your daughters have with her?
Good. I don't get to see her very often. I don't really talk about it that much, because it is very personal to me. But they have a good relationship with her.
Do you watch any reality-TV shows?
The Osbournes -- it's my favorite [laughs]. We watched Fear Factor, and some of the talent competitions. Sometimes we watched Survivor. I think the world in general is very intrigued with those television shows. It's amazing how popular they are.
Would you ever be on a reality show?
No. Uh-uh. I like my privacy too much! But I enjoy watching everyone else's life [laughs].
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