Tim McGraw has been seen for the first time since collapsing onstage Sunday night during a performance in Dublin, Ireland.
The 50-year-old country music icon flashed a thumb’s up and appeared to be in good health as he left a building in Dublin on Monday morning.
By his side was wife of 22 years, Faith Hill, who was seen smiling.
The hitmaker wore a blue shiny jacket and torn jeans with black sneakers.
He looked to be in fine health as he wore stubble on his face and covered his head with a grey beanie.
In front of him was wife Hill who was put together with a black raincoat over a black turtleneck and jeans. She too had on a hat as she wore her blonde locks in a ponytail.
McGraw had just got to the end of his number one hit Humble & Kind when he suddenly dropped to his knees and sat down.
Hill addressed the crowd to inform them about her husband’s condition.
‘He’s been super dehydrated. I apologize, but I made the decision that he cannot come back out onstage,’ she said as she told the crowd he would not be performing for the rest of the show.
McGraw was performing in Dublin after appearing at the Country to Country festival in the UK.
‘Tim McGraw was suffering from dehydration in Dublin this evening at the C2C show. He was attended to by local medical staff on-site and will be fine. He and Faith thank everyone for their love and support and look forward to seeing their Irish fans again soon,’ a rep said in a statement to fans.
According to Rolling Stone McGraw had performed Friday night in London as part of C2C, a three-day, three-city country-music festival.
The country music superstars were the headliners on the opening night of Country To Country music festival at London’s O2 arena.
McGraw kissed Hill’s hand as they walked out on stage for the first performance of their Soul2Soul tour outside the US and later introduced her to the crowd as ‘my wife, Mrs McGraw’.
His next scheduled concert is May 31 in Richmond, Virginia, as part of the Soul2Soul Tour with Hill.
Recently, McGraw made headlines as being one of the few mainstream country artists to speak up in support of gun control.
On March 3, he tweeted praise for the decision by sporting-goods chain Dick’s to raise the minimum age for a firearm purchase to 21.