Tim McGraw is helping out a man who has been diagnosed with Stage 4 cancer. When 37-year-old Michael Hugo was told he had Stage 4 Glioblastoma, he started to write letters for his two daughters, who are six and seven years old, to be read at different stages in their lives. He also felt a special bond with Tim McGraw, who lost his father to a brain tumor. Michael used social media in hopes of getting Tim to record a duet with him for his daughters' weddings. "One of my dreams is to be with my little girls for their wedding, and be there...dancing with them," Michael explains in the video, adding that he hopes to sing "My Little Girl" as a duet with Tim to be played for his daughters' big days. The video went viral and reached Tim, who made it happen. His social media shows footage of him meeting Michael and his family. He says that they made the duet happen, and that the footage won't be played until Michael's daughters get married. "Thanx to everyone who shared Mike Hugo's video on social media and tagged me in the comments," Tim wrote in the caption. "So glad we were able to actually get together in person, meet this family and make it happen!'