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McGraw collapses in Ireland, Hill cites dehyrdation

Sunday, March 11, 2018 – Tim McGraw collapsed during a concert on Sunday night in Dublin, Ireland with dehydration said to the cause, according to his wife, Faith Hill.

It was reported on social media that that McGraw stumbled in the dark and hit the ground after singing 'Humble and Kind."

Hill came out afterwards with their band, "he's been super dehydrated, and I apologize, but I made the decision that he cannot come back out."

Her announcement was greeted with applause and then chants of "get well Tim." Hill asked about doing an a capella song. A few suggestions were thrown out. Reports said they sang an Irish song, but that could not be confirmed.

Hill and McGraw are on a world tour.

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