Tim McGraw Collapses Onstage During Dublin Concert

Lula Sharp
March 12, 2018

Tim McGraw reportedly "collapsed onstage" in Dublin, Ireland.

Multiple reports from fans indicate that McGraw had just finished "Humble and Kind" and was taking the crowd's response in before he fell to his knees and needed assistance getting off the stage.

McGraw, 50, left the stage and wife Faith Hill annouced that the show was over.

"He's been super dehydrated", she told fans. "I apologise, but I made the decision that he can not come back out on stage".

"Get well soon! Drink lots of Irish water and tomato juice today!" nauset17 wrote on Instagram. The three-day tour started in London on Friday, then performed in Glasgow on Saturday.

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"We're all feeling a bit dehydrated, traveling so much", Hill said, before performing a gospel song, "What a Friend We Have in Jesus", and concluding the set.

A representative for the star issued a statement saying McGraw was attended to by medical staff on site and would be fine.

A week after the shooting, McGraw became one of the few country music stars to speak out for new gun control measures after he learned that one of the victims was close to one of his associates.

On 3 March, he praised the U.S. sporting goods store Dick's, after it raised the minimum age for anyone buying guns or ammunition to 21 years. McGraw tweeted. "Walmart, Kroger, and L.L. Bean, too".

Those outlets later followed Dick's lead.

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