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leaving a pre Oscar party - Beverly Hills, California - Friday 22nd February 2008

Faith Hill and Tim McGraw
Faith Hill and Tim McGraw
Faith Hill and Tim McGraw
Faith Hill and Tim McGraw
Faith Hill and Tim McGraw
Faith Hill and Tim McGraw

The 50th Annual Grammy Awards held at the Staples Centre - Arrivals - Los Angeles, California - Sunday 10th February 2008

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Leaving Koi restaurant with her husband Tim McGraw, Tom Hanks and wife Rita Wilson. The two couples were dressed in glamorous attire and appeared to have enjoyed each other's company when leaving the Japanese restaurant - West Hollywood, California - Sunday 10th February 2008

Leaving Koi restaurant with Faith Hill and her husband Tim McGraw. The two couples were dressed in glamorous attire and appeared to have enjoyed each other's company when leaving the Japanese restaurant - West Hollywood, California - Sunday 10th February 2008

arriving at Koi restaurant with Faith Hill and her husband Tim McGraw. The two couples were dressed in glamourous attire and appeared to be enjoying each other's company when arriving at the Japanese restaurant - West Hollywood, California - Sunday 10th February 2008

* ROLLING STONES ARE TOP EARNERS Veteran rockers THE ROLLING STONES have been named the top earning music act of 2007. The band made $88 million (£44 million) between June 2006 and June this year (07), largely from their Bigger Bang tour which grossed $437million (£218.5 million). Rapper Jay-Z came second on the list by U.S magazine Forbes, with a total income of $83 million (£41.5 million). Pop superstar Madonna ranked third with total earnings of $72 million (£36 million). The top ten is as follows: 1. The Rolling Stones - $88 million (£44 million) 2. Jay-Z - $83 million (£41.5 million) 3. Madonna - $72 million (£36 million) 4. Bon Jovi - $67 million (£33.5 million) 5. Sir Elton John - £53 million (£26.5 million) 6. Celine Dion - $45 million (£22.5 million) 7. Tim McGraw - $37 million (£18.5 million) 8. 50 Cent - $33 million (£16.5 million) 9. U2 - $30 million (£15 million) 10. P Diddy - $23 million (£11.5 million) (LJ/WNWCCB/RK) Madonna Live Earth London concert at Wembley Stadium London, England - 07.07.07

* ROLLING STONES ARE TOP EARNERS Veteran rockers THE ROLLING STONES have been named the top earning music act of 2007. The band made $88 million (£44 million) between June 2006 and June this year (07), largely from their Bigger Bang tour which grossed $437million (£218.5 million). Rapper Jay-Z came second on the list by U.S magazine Forbes, with a total income of $83 million (£41.5 million). Pop superstar Madonna ranked third with total earnings of $72 million (£36 million). The top ten is as follows: 1. The Rolling Stones - $88 million (£44 million) 2. Jay-Z - $83 million (£41.5 million) 3. Madonna - $72 million (£36 million) 4. Bon Jovi - $67 million (£33.5 million) 5. Sir Elton John - £53 million (£26.5 million) 6. Celine Dion - $45 million (£22.5 million) 7. Tim McGraw - $37 million (£18.5 million) 8. 50 Cent - $33 million (£16.5 million) 9. U2 - $30 million (£15 million) 10. P Diddy - $23 million (£11.5 million) (LJ/WNWCCB/RK) Sir Elton John performs live on stage at the O2 Arena London, England - 05.09.07

* ROLLING STONES ARE TOP EARNERS Veteran rockers THE ROLLING STONES have been named the top earning music act of 2007. The band made $88 million (£44 million) between June 2006 and June this year (07), largely from their Bigger Bang tour which grossed $437million (£218.5 million). Rapper Jay-Z came second on the list by U.S magazine Forbes, with a total income of $83 million (£41.5 million). Pop superstar Madonna ranked third with total earnings of $72 million (£36 million). The top ten is as follows: 1. The Rolling Stones - $88 million (£44 million) 2. Jay-Z - $83 million (£41.5 million) 3. Madonna - $72 million (£36 million) 4. Bon Jovi - $67 million (£33.5 million) 5. Sir Elton John - £53 million (£26.5 million) 6. Celine Dion - $45 million (£22.5 million) 7. Tim McGraw - $37 million (£18.5 million) 8. 50 Cent - $33 million (£16.5 million) 9. U2 - $30 million (£15 million) 10. P Diddy - $23 million (£11.5 million) (LJ/WNWCCB/RK) Jay-Z The Palazzo announce the opening of the 40/40 Club Las Vegas, Nevada - 06.09.07

* ROLLING STONES ARE TOP EARNERS Veteran rockers THE ROLLING STONES have been named the top earning music act of 2007. The band made $88 million (£44 million) between June 2006 and June this year (07), largely from their Bigger Bang tour which grossed $437million (£218.5 million). Rapper Jay-Z came second on the list by U.S magazine Forbes, with a total income of $83 million (£41.5 million). Pop superstar Madonna ranked third with total earnings of $72 million (£36 million). The top ten is as follows: 1. The Rolling Stones - $88 million (£44 million) 2. Jay-Z - $83 million (£41.5 million) 3. Madonna - $72 million (£36 million) 4. Bon Jovi - $67 million (£33.5 million) 5. Sir Elton John - £53 million (£26.5 million) 6. Celine Dion - $45 million (£22.5 million) 7. Tim McGraw - $37 million (£18.5 million) 8. 50 Cent - $33 million (£16.5 million) 9. U2 - $30 million (£15 million) 10. P Diddy - $23 million (£11.5 million) (LJ/WNWCCB/RK) Bon Jovi Photocall David Bryan, Tico Torres, Jon Bon Jovi and Richie Sambora at the O² Arena in London London, England - 24.06.07

out and about in Midtown Manhattan - New York City, USA - Thursday 30th August 2007

leaving the Cocktail party in celebration of the Cartier Charity Love Bracelet - New York City, USA - Thursday 7th June 2007

The Academy of Country Music Awards , ACM awards, at MGM Grand Garden Arena - Arrivals - Las Vegas, Nevada - Tuesday 15th May 2007

42nd Annual ACM Awards - Las Vegas, Nevada - Tuesday 15th May 2007

42nd Annual ACM Awards - Las Vegas, Nevada - Tuesday 15th May 2007

The Academy of Country Music Awards , ACM awards, at MGM Grand Garden Arena - Arrivals - Las Vegas, Nevada - Tuesday 15th May 2007

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