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Posted at 07:50 AM ET, 11/10/2011

Faith Hill debuts new single, ‘Come Home,’ at the CMA Awards (Video)


Faith Hill performs at CMA Awards. (Rick Diamond - Getty Images)
The CMA Awards ceremony Wednesday was a homecoming of sorts for Faith Hill.

After a five-year absence from the CMA stage, the 44-year-old singer debuted her new single, “Come Home.” She was welcomed back with a standing ovation.

It’s been over a decade since Hill won a Country Music Association Award, taking home female vocalist of the year in 2000. Her last album, a Christmas record, was released in 2008. Hill plans to release a new album early next year, according to People.

Read more about the CMA Awards here.

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