Faith Hill, Tim McGraw are 'absolutely not' divorcing

Faith Hill, Tim McGraw are 'absolutely not' divorcing
Tim McGraw, left, and Faith Hill arrive at the 47th annual CMA Awards at Bridgestone Arena on Wednesday, Nov. 6, 2013, in Nashville, Tenn. (Photo by Evan Agostini/Invision/AP)

After 17 years of marriage, country music power-couple Tim McGraw and Faith Hill are used to divorce rumors. But per usual, say the pair, there's no basis to any of them. 

Speaking to reporters in Las Vegas, Hill says that she and McGraw, who recently announced they'd be adding more show dates to their hugely popular show, "Soul2Soul," are "absolutely not" splitting. 

"I don't know why 'happy' can't be a story," Hill said, adding that she finds the perpetual rumors of impeding divorce "perplexing."

"We don't even think about it," says McGraw, who said the rumors have been circling since "the first week" they were married.

If anything, say the stars, they're concerned about their three children, the oldest of which is in high school. 

"[We] worry about the kids," McGraw told the press, "but they've been around it, too, so they laugh it off."

McGraw and Hill wrapped the final performances of "Soul2Soul" on Saturday, but will be back for another 10-week engagement in January.