Randy Travis is reportedly okay after collapsing onstage while performing in Fort Worth Sunday night. According to the Burleson Star, Randy was performing at the Huguley Memorial Hospital's 18th annual Heart Gala, so there were plenty of doctors in the house.

Randy collapsed as he was performing his hit "Three Wooden Crosses". He was immediately attended to by doctors, eventually getting back to his feet and giving the crowd a thumbs up while leaving the stage. His tour manager, Jeff Davis, said later that Randy is fine, and attributed the collapse to "a bad reaction to some allergy medicine he took earlier in the day." Davis also said doctors theorized a cup of coffee and the decongestant combined to cause that bad reaction. Randy - in some strange sort of way - has to feel at least a little fortunate. I mean, if you're going to pass out on stage, it should be in a room full of doctors, right?