Tim McGraw Collapses During Concert

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A fan at the concert reported the collapse to the station.

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

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His wife, fellow country superstar Faith Hill, told the audience he was dehydrated, and his representative added that he "will be fine". The 50-year-old country stars, married for more than two decades, have been touring together for the last year. "I apologise, but I made the decision that he can not come back out on stage", before performing a song titled "What A Friend We Have In Jesus" and ending the show.

Recording artist Tim McGraw performs onstage during the 51st Academy of Country Music Awards at MGM Grand Garden Arena on April 3, 2016 in Las Vegas, Nevada.

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McGraw was performing at the Country to Country Music Festival in Dublin, a multiple day festival that features sets in various locations throughout the United Kingdom. "I promise you we'll be back", she said. Then, she started singing a part of a song called What A Friend We Have In Jesus before bidding farewell to the Irish fans. Both he and his wife, Faith, thanked everyone for attending their concert and can not wait to see their Irish fans again soon.

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McGraw and Hill are scheduled to begin their 29-city US Soul2Soul tour on May 31 in Richmond, Va.

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