The night before his big album release day, Tim McGraw played the role of "significant other" by accompanying wife Faith Hill to the opening of a Jacqueline Kennedy exhibit at New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art. "I was Faith's date," McGraw told the New York Daily News. "We sat with Calvin Klein, so it was that kind of night." The usually casual McGraw donned a suit and tie for the event, which featured several of the former First Lady's dresses on display for the first time. The $3,500-a-plate dinner raised money for the museum's costume institute.