Madonna decided to postpone her global tour after being diagnosed with a potentially life-threatening bacterial illness while in the hospital and being treated in the intensive care unit (ICU).
Her management said the worldwide pop diva’s infection was “serious” and required “a several-day stay in the ICU.” He went on to say that a complete recovery was predicted.
Guy Oseary has revealed in a statement that Madonna is continuing to get medical treatment despite her health showing signs of improvement.
The first of Madonna’s 84-show tour was supposed to go up the following month.
Media outlets in the United States have claimed that she is now getting medical care at a facility in New York.
The pop queen intended to go on her first greatest hits tour to celebrate the four decades since the release of Holiday, the artist’s seminal album.
Following her avant-garde, theater-based Madame X performances in 2019 and 2020, the singer will return to stadiums and arenas on this tour, nicknamed the Celebration Tour.
Some of those concerts had to be scrapped since the singer had issues with her knees and hips.
Following the cancellation of a concert scheduled for 2020 in Lisbon, the famous person issued an apology on Instagram, writing, “I must listen to my body and rest!”
It was initially planned for Madonna’s most recent tour to start on July 15 in Vancouver, Canada, and go through January 30 in Mexico City.
On the other hand, the management team for the singer-songwriter said that Madonna became unwell on June 24 with a “serious bacterial infection,” which was why her performances had to be rescheduled.
The O2 Arena in London would serve as the venue for both the beginning and the conclusion of her tour of the United Kingdom and Europe, which was scheduled to begin on October 14.
The songs “Into the Groove” (1985), “Like a Prayer” (1989), “Vogue” (1990), and “Hung Up” (2005) are just a few examples of Madonna’s most successful singles.
Because Madonna is entirely private regarding her well-being, she was likely wrapping up her practicing routine in preparation for her tour.
She was awarded the Guinness World Record for the highest-grossing music tour by a female artist when she finished her Sticky & Sweet Tour.
According to the American magazine Forbes, the woman who holds the position of 45th wealthiest self-made lady in the United States is believed to have a net worth of $580 million (£460 million), and it is stated that she has created an estimated $1.2 billion through tours.
In all, she is a mother to six children. The previous week, she sent a message to the 18.9 million people who follow her on Instagram to convey that her twin children had completed elementary school. The ages of the girls are both 10.
Growing up, Madonna Louise Ciccone called the city of Detroit, Michigan, her home. In 1978, she uprooted her life and moved to New York to pursue a career in music and dance.
Her elder brother, Anthony Ciccone, who had struggled with alcoholism and homelessness in his latter years, died away earlier this year at 66.