If you remember, Madonna was in intensive care earlier this year because of a health scare. She said it was a “f***ing miracle” she was still alive.

In June, it was said that the 65-year-old singer had been taken to the hospital right away with a dangerous bacterial infection and ended up in intensive care.

That time, her manager, Guy Oseary, said in a statement, “On Saturday, June 24, Madonna got a serious bacterial infection that kept her in the ICU for several days.”

It went on to say, “Her health is getting better, but she is still getting medical care.” A full healing is likely to happen.

“Right now, we have to put all of our plans on hold, including the tour.” As soon as we have more information, like a new start date for the tour and new show dates, we’ll let you know.

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After the concert, someone close to Madonna and her family said, “Her family was getting ready for the worst.”

A person with knowledge told Mail Online, “Everyone thought we might lose her, and that’s what happened.

Madonna got better, thank goodness, and she has now talked about her health scare during her 40th anniversary tour.

At her show in Antwerp, Belgium, on Saturday (October 21), the singer told the crowd, “Less than four months ago, I was in the hospital unconscious, and people were thinking that I might not make it.”

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“I can’t believe I’m still alive right now. “My mother, God bless her, told me, ‘Girl, it’s not your time to go.'”

“I had this strange thought,” she said. All of a sudden, I felt sorry for my mother. Not because she was dying, but because I could only imagine how lonely it must have been for her in the hospital, knowing she wasn’t going to live.

“I was given a second chance, which I’m very thankful for.” The truth is I don’t feel great right now, but I can’t whine because I’m still living. “Thank God for my kids and all your love and help.”

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The singer of “Vogue” just spoke to people at London’s The O2 Arena about her health scare a few days before this.

“I want to say it was a crazy year for me as well,” she said on October 14. I didn’t think I would make it. My doctors didn’t do either. That’s why all of my kids were sitting around me when I woke up.

“I forgot about five days in my life…” I’m not sure where I was when I died. But the saints watched over me, and my kids were with me. And my kids always come through for me.”


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