Tim McGraw and Faith Hill’sappearance on Anderson Cooper 360 was supposed to be dedicated, in its entirety, to Tim and Faith’s efforts to improve conditions in the Gulf coast, post-Katrina world. But world issues, including the missile threat from North Korea, cut Cooper’s time with Tim and Faith short.
Even though the plight of Katrina victims got plenty of airplay, including interviews with Tim and Faith, the heroes of Katrina’s aftermath will be the entire focus when Cooper presents the show again Friday night. But, during last night’s portion of Anderson Cooper 360, Faith explained that the tour took a day off and converted into a day of giving back to the Gulf Coast Katrina victims. “It was not on the schedule,” Faith explains, we just had a day off an we were trying to find a way to help just like everybody else, a way to directly help, helping one family and then another. So, we saw this date on the calendar and decided to go there,” Faith explained. Tim said reason for the benefit show as pretty simple, “We just wanted people to know that we’re still thinking about them and to let other people know that we still need your help,” Tim summarized.