Tim McGraw collapses on theatre in Ireland

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McGraw’s second album, Not a Moment Too Soon, sole some-more than 6 million copies in a US alone

Country star Tim McGraw collapsed on theatre during a opening in Dublin on Sunday night.

The thespian had only achieved his strike singular Humble and Kind when he sat down nearby his keyboard player, afterwards slumped to his knees as he walked off stage.

McGraw’s wife, thespian Faith Hill, after came out to tell a assembly he could not continue with a performance.

“He’s been super dehydrated,” she said. “I apologise, though we done a preference that he can't come behind out on stage.”

After a assembly chanted “We adore Tim”, Hill sang an a capella delivery of What A Friend We Have in Jesus, before a lights came adult and a assembly was ushered out.

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McGraw, 50, was coming a finish of his set when he was taken ill during around 22:45 on Sunday night.

Audience member Del Crooks told a BBC a star’s fall “was a bit of a shock”.

“I suspicion he was holding in a acclaim while sitting down after singing Humble and Kind,” he said.

“But when a spotlight was switched on him, he was slumped on his knees on a left palm side of a stage. The light was fast incited off and we could see his organisation assisting him off – and a rope ran over as well.

“It was about another 20 mins before Faith Hill came out to contend a uncover was finale early.”

The gig, during Dublin’s 3 Arena was a final date of a three-day, three-city debate of a UK and Ireland, as partial of a Country to Country festival.

McGraw and Hill were co-headliners, and had played in London on Friday night, afterwards in Glasgow on Saturday.

Hill pronounced a whole organisation had been left “a small bit dehydrated” from “travelling so much”.

A orator for McGraw pronounced a star “was attended to by internal medical staff on-site and will be fine”.

“He and Faith appreciate everybody for their adore and support and demeanour brazen to saying their Irish fans again soon.”

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Tim McGraw and Faith Hill married in 1996

Recently, McGraw done headlines as being one of a few mainstream nation artists to voice support for gun control.

On 3 March, he praised a US sporting products store Dick’s, after it lifted a smallest age for anyone shopping guns or ammunition to 21 years.

“Thank we @Dicks for holding a mount to foster a suggestive contention for a reserve of the kids!” McGraw wrote on Twitter, tagging other vital retailers including Walmart, Kroger and LL Bean.

Those outlets after followed Dick’s lead.

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