Saturday, July 13, 2024

Madonna is hospitalized in the intensive care unit with a bacterial infection and her tour is postponed


Madonna spent several days in intensive care after she developed a serious bacterial infection on Saturday. Her manager said in a statement that she would be postponing a world tour that was scheduled to start next month.

The singer remains under medical supervision, Guy Oseary He said on Instagram, but he is expected to make a full recovery. “We will share more details with you as we get them, including a new start date for the tour and the rescheduled shows,” he said.

Madonna’s representatives, including Ossary, could not immediately be reached for comment on the severity of her condition or whether she was awake and responsive.

Her ceremonial tour was announced at A.J video This past January, Amy Schumer, Jack Black, and Lil Wayne, among others, were hired Start in Vancouver on July 15, with concerts planned for the next year. the The tour is set To include stops in Seattle, New York City, Mexico City and London.

Madonna, 64 years old, He said A few days after her tour was announced. “I feel like the happiest girl in the world.”

The pop star has had a series of health accidents in the past years, including horse riding accidents in 2005 and 2009. In 2020, it is announce You will undergo regenerative treatment for the lost cartilage after several months abruptly canceled show in lisbon, say She had to “listen to my body and rest.”

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