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Tim McGraw Speaks Out About The Heartbreaking Wildfires In Australia

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By Clark Sparky

Country legend Tim McGraw is joining the chorus of other musicians and celebrities who are sending their love (and money) to Australia as the country continues to battle devastating wildfires.

McGraw took to his Instagram account on Tuesday to share his thoughts on the situation, explaining that he was just recently in Australia and loved the people there.

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"We were just in Australia a few months back," he wrote, alongside an image of the Earth with Australia glowing a bright red from the fires.

"Made friends and worked with so many wonderful folks and felt love from incredible audiences........ Our hearts are breaking for all who are in danger from the bush fires and we commend the heroic efforts being made by those fighting the fires as well as the beautiful souls who are working to save wildlife.

"Sending all the love you gave us back to ya mates .... Look in my story to learn how to help in supporting the disaster efforts. #PrayforAustralia #Australia," he concluded.

"Thank you so much! I remember when I attended your concert in brisbane Australia back in 2012. Faith said how much she loved our trees. When our country regenerates they will look so beautiful once again," an Australian fan responded.

"You’re a good man. Those of us caught in it are absolutely devastated," another wrote.

"Australia is on fire," Evans wrote on Instagram. "The images and stories I have been seeing for the last few months are absolutely heartbreaking, and it doesn't appear to be slowing down with more hot weather and strong winds on the way ... at least 19 people have died, more than 1000 homes have been lost and millions upon millions of animals ...

"My heart goes out to those that have lost everything & my sincerest gratitude goes out to those fighting the fires," he continued. "If you can help, please do donate to [the Australian Red Cross] or [the Salvation Army Australia] ... I'll put swipe up links in my stories too."

More than 500 million animals have reportedly been killed along with 26 people.

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