Tim McGraw Steps Out For First Time Since Collapsing On Stage

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Country fans in Ireland got the scare of a lifetime when they witnessed Tim McGraw collapse to his knees after singing his hit song “Humble and Kind.” McGraw and Faith Hill were co-headlining the C2C music festival where they performed in London on Friday, March 9, in Glasgow on Saturday, March 10, and in Dublin on Sunday, March 11.

He was rushed off the stage for a medical examination, but not before scaring the entire 3Arena crowd. You can see the incident occur in the video below, around the one-minute mark.


After a 20-minute delay, Hill came on stage to give the fans an update on her husband’s health.

“So, Tim is fine,” she told the audience, as they all cheered for McGraw. “We’ve all been a little bit dehydrated, traveling so much, and he’s been super dehydrated, and I apologize, but I made the decision that he cannot come back out on stage.”

She then sang “What A Friend We Have In Jesus” before walking off stage one final time. See her speech and performance in the video below.

As scary as the incident was, Hill did say that Tim was “fine,” and for the first time since his fall, he was spotted in Dublin on Monday morning (March 12). He and Hill walked out of a building wrapped up in warm clothes, and the “Indian Outlaw” singer even gave the photographers a thumbs up! Check out the photos below.



Luckily, McGraw will have time to recuperate, as the married couple of over 20 years doesn’t have another tour date until May 31 in Richmond, Virginia. We hope McGraw takes this time to hydrate and we wish him a speedy recovery!

Watch Hill and McGraw duet at C2C in Dublin below.