Madonna, the renowned singer, has been released from the hospital and safely transported to her residence in New York City, according to a source familiar with the situation, Your Content has learned.
Madonna’s health has significantly improved, and she is now out of danger.
Guy Oseary, Madonna’s long-standing manager, shared an update on his verified Instagram account on Wednesday, revealing that the 64-year-old artist had been hospitalized due to a severe bacterial infection since last Saturday, necessitating a stay in the intensive care unit.
Oseary expressed optimism regarding her recovery, assuring fans that she is still receiving medical attention and is expected to make a complete comeback.
Considering her ongoing medical care, Madonna has made the decision to postpone the commencement of her upcoming tour, as announced by Oseary.
All commitments, including the tour, have been put on hold temporarily.
Further details, including a new tour start date and rescheduled shows, will be communicated to the public once they are confirmed.
A reliable source close to the singer shared on Wednesday that Madonna has already been transferred out of the ICU and is currently in the recovery phase.
Debi Mazar, a longtime friend and collaborator of Madonna’s, expressed her support on Instagram by posting a nostalgic photo of the two together, accompanied by a caption wishing Madonna a speedy recovery.
Mazar reassured fans that Madonna is now on the path to recovery and resting at home.
Madonna’s highly anticipated “Celebration” tour, initially scheduled to commence on July 15 in Vancouver, Canada, has been postponed due to her health condition.
The tour was expected to span across the United States and Canada until early October, with additional dates planned for December and January in the US, as well as four shows in Mexico City, according to CNN.