Madonna Hospitalized for ‘Serious Bacterial Infection’ – Madonna was admitted to the hospital as a result of a severe infection. On Wednesday, Guy Oseary, talent manager and producer, revealed on Instagram that the “Material Girl” singer, 64, was in the intensive care unit (ICU) due to this concerning health issue, but she is currently on the path to recovery.
“On Saturday, June 24, Madonna developed a serious bacterial infection which led to a several-day stay in the ICU,” he wrote. “Her health is improving, however she is still under medical care. A full recovery is expected.” “At this time we will need to pause all commitments, which includes the tour,” the statement continued. Madonna was preparing to kick off her Celebration World Tour next month, commemorating the 40-year anniversary of her career.
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“We will share more details with you soon as we have them, including a new start date for the tour and for rescheduled shows.” “She is out of the ICU now and recovering,” a source said. Madonna faced her most recent health challenge towards the end of 2020, necessitating a hip replacement surgery.
This procedure came almost a year after she suffered an injury during her Madame X tour, which led to the cancellation of multiple shows on the North American leg. In a special event called Madame X Presents: Madame Xtra Q&A in 2021, the legendary musician candidly discussed the ordeal of the surgery and the associated pain. “Let me be really honest with you—I used to be, like, a fitness/workout maniac,” she said at the time.
“You probably know that right? During my [2019 Madame X] tour—I don’t know if you’ve noticed it, but I’m limping a lot—I was in more pain than I’ve ever been in in my life. I’m a bionic woman—I had hip replacement surgery.” “So, how do I stay in shape? It’s all in your head. It’s called will, it’s called no one’s gonna stop me, and how I stay in shape is no one’s gonna stop me. And how I stay in shape is I don’t believe in limitations,” Madonna added.