Madonna hospitalised for a ‘serious bacterial infection’

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Madonna hospitalised for a ‘serious bacterial infection’


All our prayers are going towards the one and only Material Girl. The legendary Madonna is currently dealing with a bacterial infection, her manager Guy Oseary revealed to fans on Wednesday, June 28.

“On Saturday June 24, Madonna developed a serious bacterial infection which led to a several day stay in the ICU,” he wrote in a statement posted to Instagram. From the verbiage, it seems that the singer is now out of intensive care, but this has not been confirmed.

“Her health is improving, however she is still under medical care. A full recovery is expected,” he continued. Thank goodness! Of course, this will necessarily disrupt her plans for the time being, as Guy explained: “At this time we will need to pause all commitments, which includes the tour. We will share more details with you as soon as we have them, including a new start date for the tour and for rescheduled shows.” I think I speak for many of us when I say: take your time and get well, Madge, and your audience will be waiting for as long as you need!

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The post immediately attracted well wishes from fans and friends, including Zooey Deschanel, who wrote, “Hope she feels better very soon!” and another user who added, “Health comes first. Get well soon Queen.”

In her last post before her hospital stay, Madonna shared pictures from tour prep, showing herself and her team hard at work and captioning the shots, “The Calm Before The Storm……….”

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Here’s hoping she recovers ASAP, and even if she isn’t well enough to perform again any time soon, she can at least go back to blessing our feeds with her Instagram content, because there is no bacteria strong enough to take on the Like A Virgin hit maker when she’s in her gold corset.

This article originally appeared on ALLURE.





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