Madonna’s tour was postponed due to a “serious bacterial infection.”

By komal
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Due to her “serious bacterial infection,” Madonna will delay the start of her forthcoming Celebration tour until she has fully recovered from her recent hospitalization in an intensive care unit in New York City.

According to a post that the superstar’s manager Guy Oseary made on Instagram, the singer is anticipated to make a complete recovery from her recent illness.

“On Saturday, June 24, Madonna was diagnosed with a severe bacterial illness, which resulted in her having to spend several days in the intensive care unit. Her condition is getting better, but she must continue to get medical treatment for the time being. It is anticipated that you will make a full recovery,” he wrote. “All of our commitments, including the tour, will need to be put on hold at this time,” said the spokesperson.

Madonna’s Austin performance may change her bacterial illness.

The Celebration tour, which was supposed to cover all aspects of Madonna’s career spanning more than 40 years and was set to kick off in Vancouver on July 15, was originally supposed to begin. Oseary’s statement includes a new beginning date, and it is expected that rescheduled performances will be announced shortly.

At the beginning of the year, Madonna made the announcement that she would be going on tour. The tour would consist of a 35-city run through the United States, including Seattle, Phoenix, Chicago, San Francisco, Las Vegas, and Washington, D.C., followed by 11 concerts in Europe in the fall. Following the first round of ticket sales, more events were added in a number of different markets to satisfy the demand.

On August 16, Madonna will age 65 years old. Her most recent tour, Madame X, took place in 2019-2020. During this run, she performed at smaller venues than she has since her Virgin Tour in 1985. The Celebration tour was advertised as a career retrospective, and it was certain to be loaded with the innumerable singles that have made her the most successful female singer in the history of the Billboard Hot 100 list. While those concerts focused mainly on her 2019 “Madame X” album, the Celebration tour was a success.


Q1. What is Madonna hospitalized for?

On “Saturday, June 24, Madonna developed a serious bacterial infection” that required her to spend several days in the intensive care unit. Her condition is improving, but she is still receiving medical attention. We anticipate a full recovery. It’s Madonna in August of 2022.

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