In almost every scene, the blonde beauty has dirt on her face as she models stained, ripped clothing while trying to survive the perilous trek from Texas to Oregon by wagon convoy with a group of German immigrants.
But on Sunday evening the country singer looked as glam as can be while hitting the red carpet with her husband Tim McGraw at the 28th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards at Barker Hangar in Santa Monica, California.
Hill, 54, had her brunette hair worn in soft curls around her face as she flashed her mega watt smile while wearing bright pink lipstick.
The chart-topping crooner added diamond earrings that went with her bracelets and rings as she flashed maroon painted nails.
Her metallic gown was sleeveless, showing off her toned arms, and came in close at her waist making the most of her svelte figure.
The performer added high heels for extra glam.
Her spouse McGraw, 54, was sporting a classic black tuxedo.
Tim paired his classy look with black dress shoes and rocked an elegant black bow tie in lieu of a tie.
The handsome musician wore his hair slicked down to the side and sported a smattering of neat facial hair.
The couple – who have been married for 25 years – also met up with friends Keith Urban and Nicole Kidman, and the foursome were seen posing for photos together.
Nicole, 54, looked ravishing in a long-sleeve black gown with an oversized white bow detail around the neck.
Her husband, 54, matched her in a black velvet suit and a shirt of the same color.
Inside the event, Faith and Tim were tasked with presenting the award for an Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a drama series.
The charismatic couple smiled as they presented the award to Lee Jung-jae from Netflix’s hit series Squid Game.
This comes after Hill said she almost forgot the words to the American national anthem.
The singer was gearing up to perform ‘The Star-Spangled Banner’ at the Super Bowl back in 2000 and admitted that the experience was ‘terrifying’ because she had previously almost forgotten the words when performing at a game earlier in her career.
She said: ‘Singing the national anthem for the Super Bowl was terrifying. However, when I sang it, the Tennessee Titans happened to make it to the Super Bowl that same year. And I had accepted the honour. I was asked, and I said, ‘Oh, my gosh, yes.’ And I was like, ‘What did I just do?’ It’s terrifying. It’s one of those songs you know so well and you think, ‘I’ll never forget the lyrics. But that has happened to me before.’
The ‘There You’ll Be’ songstress went on to reveal that she was booked to sing the anthem at a Dallas Cowboys playoff game and almost forgot the words as she walked onto the pitch and asked a security guard for help.
Speaking on ‘The Late Show with Stephen Colbert’, she explained: ‘I was singing at a Dallas playoff game at the beginning of my career. I’m walking out to the centre of the field with this very generous guard, this woman that was walking me out, and I say to her, ‘Would you happen to know just the first word of the national anthem?’ She says ‘No, honey, I don’t know either.’
Faith then explained that her backup plan was to sing Christian hymn ‘Amazing Grace’ instead, but the worlds to the national anthem came back to her just in time.
She added: ‘[I thought] I’m just going to sing ‘Amazing Grace,’ because they’ll forgive me for that. When I hit that centre and it went live, if I didn’t have ‘O say…’, it would’ve been ‘Amazing Grace’. I was freaking naked live! But [I remembered and] it worked out!’
SAG AWARD WINNERS 2022
Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Television Movie or Limited Series
Murray Bartlett (‘The White Lotus’)
Oscar Isaac (‘Scenes From a Marriage’)
Michael Keaton (‘Dopesick’) – WINNER
Ewan McGregor (‘Halston’)
Evan Peters (‘Mare of Easttown’)
Emotional: Michael Keaton got tearful as he won Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Television Movie or Limited Series for Dopesick
Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Television Movie or Limited Series
Jennifer Coolidge (‘The White Lotus’)
Cynthia Erivo (‘Genius: Aretha’)
Margaret Qualley (‘Maid’)
Jean Smart (‘Mare of Easttown’)
Kate Winslet (‘Mare of Easttown’) – WINNER
Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Comedy Series
Michael Douglas (‘The Kominsky Method’)
Brett Goldstein (‘Ted Lasso’)
Steve Martin (‘Only Murders in the Building’)
Martin Short (‘Only Murders in the Building’)
Jason Sudeikis (‘Ted Lasso’) – WINNER
Mind of a goldfish: Jason Sudeikis won Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Comedy Series for Ted Lasso
Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Comedy Series
Elle Fanning (‘The Great’)
Sandra Oh (‘The Chair’)
Jean Smart (‘Hacks’) – WINNER
Juno Temple (‘Ted Lasso’)
Hannah Waddingham (‘Ted Lasso’)
Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series
‘The Great’ (Hulu)
‘Hacks’ (HBO Max)
‘The Kominsky Method’ (Netflix)
‘Only Murders in the Building’ (Hulu)
‘Ted Lasso’ (Apple TV Plus) – WINNER
Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Drama Series
Brian Cox (‘Succession’)
Billy Crudup (‘The Morning Show’)
Kieran Culkin (‘Succession’)
Lee Jung-Jae (‘Squid Game’) – WINNER
Jeremy Strong (‘Succession’)
Epic: Lee Jung-Jae beat out three actors from Succession to earn Actor in a Drama Series for Squid Game
Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Drama Series
Jennifer Aniston (‘The Morning Show’)
Jung Ho-yeon (‘Squid Game’) – WINNER
Elizabeth Moss (‘The Handmaid’s Tale’)
Sarah Snook (‘Succession’)
Reese Witherspoon (‘The Morning Show’)
Stunner: Jung Ho-yeon also won for Squid Game
Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series
‘The Handmaid’s Tale’ (Hulu)
‘The Morning Show’ (Apple TV Plus)
‘Squid Game’ (Netflix)
‘Succession’ (HBO) – WINNER
‘Yellowstone’ (Paramount Network)
Icon: Brian Cox accepted the Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series on behalf of the Succession cast
Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Supporting Role
Caitríona Balfe (‘Belfast’)
Cate Blanchett (‘Nightmare Alley’)
Ariana DeBose (‘West Side Story’) – WINNER
Kirsten Dunst (‘The Power of the Dog’)
Ruth Negga (‘Passing)
Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Supporting Role
Ben Affleck (‘The Tender Bar’)
Bradley Cooper (‘Licorice Pizza’)
Troy Kotsur (‘CODA’) – WINNER
Jared Leto (‘House of Gucci’)
Kodi Smit-McPhee (‘The Power of the Dog’)
History: Troy Kotsur became the first ever deaf individual to win a SAG Award for his role in CODA
Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Leading Role
Jessica Chastain (‘The Eyes of Tammy Faye’) – WINNER
Olivia Colman (‘The Lost Daughter’)
Lady Gaga (‘House of Gucci’)
Jennifer Hudson (‘Respect’)
Nicole Kidman (‘Being the Ricardos’)
Can’t believe it: Jessica Chastain was shocked as she won Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Leading Role for The Eyes Of Tammy Faye
Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Leading Role
Javier Bardem (‘Being the Ricardos’)
Benedict Cumberbatch (‘The Power of the Dog’)
Andrew Garfield (‘Tick, Tick … Boom!’)
Will Smith (‘King Richard’) – WINNER
Denzel Washington (‘The Tragedy of Macbeth’)
Ace: Will Smith won Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Leading Role for King Richard
Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture
‘Belfast’ (Focus Features)
‘CODA’ (Apple Original Films) – WINNER
‘Don’t Look Up’ (Netflix)
‘House of Gucci’ (MGM/United Artists Releasing)
‘King Richard’ (Warner Bros)
Outstanding Action Performance by a Stunt Ensemble in a Motion Picture
‘The Matrix Resurrections’
‘No Time to Die’ – WINNER
‘Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings’
Outstanding Action Performance by a Stunt Ensemble in a Television Series
‘The Falcon and the Winter Soldier’
‘Mare of Easttown’
‘Squid Game’ – WINNER