Country Star Tim McGraw Collapses Onstage During Concert in Ireland

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After singing "Humble and Kind" during the Country to Country festival in Dublin, Ireland, McGraw dropped to a knee, according to Rolling Stone magazine. After a break, Faith Hill came to the front of the stage with the couple's band (it was a co-headlining date) and explained that her husband was dehydrated.

"And I apologise, but I made the decision that he can not come back out on stage".

Local entertainment journalist Eddie Rowley tweeted that a publicist said McGraw was treated on site and will be fine.

A fan who was in the audience told Orlando, Florida, radio station WWKA (K92.3) that a medical team had to carry Tim off the stage after his collapse. Hill then came out to address the crowd, saying it was her decision to cut the performance short.

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A spokesman for Tim confirmed to Cox Media Group's National Content Desk that he was suffering from dehydration. McGraw was performing as part of the three-day Country to Country festival in the U.K. He had performed on Friday in London and on Saturday in Glasgow. Hill and McGraw were the headliners, along with Little Big Town and Kacey Musgraves.

He is scheduled to perform next on May 31 in Richmond, Virginia, as part of the "Soul2Soul" World Tour with his wife Hill. The Rest of Our Life was came out on November 17.

Recently, McGraw made headlines as being one of the few mainstream country artists to voice support for gun control.