Madonna latest news: Celebrities send congratulations after singer was rushed to intensive care with a bacterial infection

Madonna announces 2023 world tour in an Instagram clip with Amy Schumer

Madonna has been showered with support from her famous supporters and fans after it was revealed that the singer spent several days in intensive care.

The 64-year-old “Express Yourself” singer contracted a “severe” bacterial infection over the weekend that led to her being “in intensive care for several days,” tour manager Guy Oseary said on Wednesday (June 28).

While Madonna is expected to make a “full recovery,” she has had to “pause all commitments,” including postponing the start of her upcoming tour.

The Queen of Pop was scheduled to begin The Celebration Tour, a greatest hits show, in Canada on July 15. A new start date has yet to be announced.

Rita Wilson and Michelle Visage were among the stars who wished Madonna well RuPaul’s Drag Race Judge Visage urged Oseary to “take good care of our Queen.”

The Celebration Tour will feature music from four decades of Madonna’s catalog and should arrive in the UK in October and December.

Billed as a “one of a kind experience,” the tour will also feature as special guest Bob, the drag queen, real name Caldwell Tidicue, on all dates.


Isla Fisher and Rita Wilson wish Madonna well after a medical incident

Madonna’s famous fans immediately wished the singer well after it was revealed that she was hospitalized.

The news was shared by her tour manager Guy Oseary on Instagram, with Rita Wilson commenting, “Sending my prayers to Madonna for a speedy recovery.”

“Oh my god I’m sending her love and healing light!” Frankie Grande wrote.

Gwendoline Christie commented, “So much love xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx.”

“Sending her so much love from us,” Isla Fisher added.

Isobel LewisJune 29, 2023 10:25 am


Madonna’s world tour has been postponed after pop star was admitted to intensive care unit

Madonna has postponed her upcoming greatest hits tour after being rushed to intensive care.

The “Material Girl” singer was hospitalized over the weekend after contracting a “serious” bacterial infection, her tour manager announced on Wednesday (June 28).

Madonna, 64, is now out of intensive care after a “stay of several days” and is expected to make a “full recovery”.

However, she is still under medical treatment and as a result has had to “pause all commitments” including the Celebration Tour, which is set to begin in July.

Isobel LewisJune 29, 2023 10:10 am

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