Country music superstar Faith Hill poses as herself and three other iconic blondes in the May 2009 issue of Redbook, on stands Tuesday, April 28.
On actress-turned-princess Grace Kelly: “Grace is probably the one that I relate to the most in my life and the one that I have most in common with. I have this seemingly high-profile life, like Grace did, and we were both the mother of three children. She epitomizes the all-American girl with a quiet class and inner strength. She was like everybody’s girl—seemingly comfortable and accessible—yet untouchable.”
On ’60s supermodel Twiggy: “It was hard for me to look at myself as Twiggy. I think she was in her late teens when the original photo was taken. And there’s a very big difference between a teenager and a 41-year old!”
On French model/actress/singer Brigitte Bardot: “To be completely candid, I felt least like Brigitte of all three of the women. To me, sexuality is very different from sensuality. And Brigitte possesses this sensual essence that is so powerful. If I could possess that kind of sensuality, I would want to possess it like she does.”