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Tim McGraw Offers Support for Sandra Bullock Over Husband's Affair Scandal

March 27, 2010 (7:31 am) GMT
Tim McGraw, Sandra Bullock's co-star in 'The Blind Side', is adamant the actress will bounce back as she deals with her husband's cheating scandal.
Tim McGraw Offers Support for Sandra Bullock Over Husband's Affair Scandal

Country star is confident his "" co-star will emerge a stronger person following the cheating scandal surrounding her husband Jesse James, because she's a "tough" person. Bullock's marriage to James has been rocked by allegations of the TV mechanic's infidelity after tattooed model Michelle McGee went public with claims she had an 11-month affair with the actress' husband while she was on location shooting "The Blind Side".

Two other women have since come forward with similar affair tales. The Oscar winner reportedly moved out of the family home in Long Beach, California in early March and has been keeping a low profile amid the allegations - but McGraw is adamant Bullock will bounce back from her personal problems.

And the singer, who is married to fellow country star , is full of admiration for the actress, because he can't imagine dealing with such a public scandal. He tells Entertainment Tonight Canada, "I haven't (reached out to Bullock). You know, she's got a lot on her plate. I just wish her nothing but the best. She's tough. I'm not that tough."

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