Madonna was hospitalized with a “severe bacterial infection”, forcing the megastar to postpone her world tour, her manager revealed this morning, confirming she was still receiving medical care.
Hours after Climb up The singer’s talent manager revealed the news, with an insider shedding more light on the days before her hospitalization.
“She worked 12 hours a day,” a source said. Page Six about the time leading up to Madonna’s unresponsiveness. “She trained hard and got to work.”
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Another source also told the outlet that Madonna was taken to a hospital in New York City on Saturday (Sunday in Australia) where she was intubated and admitted to the Intensive Care Unit after was found to be unresponsive.
According to the source, she was extubated and moved from the critical care floor into a regular room, with her daughter Lourdes Leon, 26, believed to be at her side.
Madonna, according to the source, is currently awake and recovering.
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A statement shared this morning by her talent manager Guy Oseary with him Instagram On Saturday, June 24, Madonna developed a serious bacterial infection that resulted in a few days in the ICU.
“Her health is improving, however she is still receiving medical care. A full recovery is expected.
“At this point, we’ll need to pause all commitments, including touring. We’ll share more details with you as soon as they become available, including a new start date for the tour. tours and rescheduled performances.”
Earlier this year, the material girl The singer announced that she will be kicking off the Celebration tour in honor of her four-decade-long career.
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Madonna’s manager explained that her much-anticipated world tour will have to be postponed while the singer recovers.
The tour covers 84 days and begins July 15 at Rogers Arena in Vancouver.
Just last week, Madonna held a primary school graduation ceremony for 10-year-old twins Estere and Stella.
“2 Kweens!!!! Happy Graduation!” she wrote on Instagram last week along with a photo of the girls in cap.
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