The crowd began chanting, "Get well, Tim!" before Hill led the audience in an a cappella version of "What a Friend We Have in Jesus".
The country star was performing his hit song "Humble and Kind" in Dublin when he suddenly slumped to his knees.
Tim McGraw is going to be making some big lifestyle changes in response to his onstage collapse in Dublin.at least, that's what he told us as he arrived back in America. McGraw's wife, Faith Hill, told fans that her husband has been extremely dehydrated. The country music superstar's wife Faith Hill later told the crowd on his behalf, "He's been super dehydrated". "And I apologise, but I made the decision that he can not come back out on stage". "The light was quickly turned off and you could see his crew helping him off - and the band ran over as well", the source said.
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'Tim McGraw was suffering from dehydration in Dublin this evening at the C2C show.
The gig, at Dublin's 3 Arena was the final date of a three-day, three-city tour of the United Kingdom, as part of the Country to Country festival.
'He was attended to by local medical staff on-site and will be fine.
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Speaking with the paparazzi Monday after landing at JFK airport, the 50-year-old country singer, who fell to his knees during a performance of "Humble & Kind" Sunday night, said he'll have to cut short his workouts as a result, according to The Blast.
"He and Faith thank everyone for their love and support and look forward to seeing their Irish fans again soon". He is scheduled to perform next on May 31 in Richmond, Virginia.
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