Gracie McGraw stunned her fans and parents, Tim McGraw and Faith Hill, with an emotional performance of “I’m Not That Girl” from the hit musical “Wicked.”

It seems Gracie is following in her parent’s footsteps and has shown great interest in pursuing a musical career. Gracie certainly has her parent’s wicked pipes and wasn’t afraid to show them off during an Instagram stream. It’s not the first time Gracie’s country superstar parents witnessed her sing her heart out. Tim and Faith have both taken to social media in the past to boast about how proud they are of Gracie and how talented she is. She even joined her famous dad on stage in Nashville in 2015. The pair performed his song “Here Tonight.”

Tim shared a video of him and Gracie singing Barbara Streisand and Barry Gibb’s “What Kind of Fool” on Instagram and wrote, “PIPES! Dang, this girl can sing!”

Gracie was dressed casually when she belted out the song made famous by Idina Menzel, who played the witch Elphaba in the Broadway play in 2003. Gracie has previously stated that Wicked will always remain in her top five all-time favorite broadway productions.

Friends and family weren’t the only ones to notice the set of pipes Gracie has. Actress and musician Rita Wilson commented on the post, saying “well this is gorgeous.”

Gracie has blessed her Instagram followers in the past with incredible performances and in 2020, posted a jaw-dropping video of singing “The Wizard and I” as part of her “Showtunes Sunday” series.

In the caption posted with the video, Gracie wrote, “Just want to start off by saying YES, I know these aren’t the best vocal videos out there but Broadway makes me very happy and I hope to be there one day. This is practice for me. The only way to get better is to do it multiple times honey!!”

Gracie is hoping to one day play the role of Elphaba in the broadway play and admitted to seeing Wicked over eight times.

The talented singer is the oldest daughter of McGraw and Hill, who have been married since 1996. The legendary duo also share two other daughters, Maggie, 23, and Audrey, 20.

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