Madonna Reveals Intense Experience: Madonna had to cancel her global tour earlier this year to recuperate from a bacterial infection that had kept her hospitalized. However, the performance went on, and the celebrity spoke candidly about the event when she stopped over the weekend at Brooklyn’s Barclays Center as part of her Celebration World Tour. Even though she had previously discussed the health scare, she told the audience that she spent two days in a medically induced coma.
Madonna Reveals Intense Experience
In a video that a fan recorded, the singer declared, “I was in an induced coma for 48 hours.” She also took a minute to express her gratitude to her teacher of Kabbalah, whom she mentioned was by her side during her hospital stay for recovery. She remarked, “I heard only his voice.” “I heard him say, ‘Squeeze my hand.'”
She then added, “I had to almost die to get all of my kids in one room when I first became conscious and saw my six amazing children sitting around me.”
Additionally, Madonna expressed her gratitude to Shavawn, claiming that she “saved her life” that day.
“Some very significant individuals who were with me at the hospital are present in this room tonight. Madonna stated, “A very important woman dragged me to the hospital.” “I don’t even remember; I woke up in the intensive care unit after passing out on my bathroom floor.”
Madonna has expressed her regret that her fans will have to wait for the next leg of her tour. She stated that she didn’t want to let her supporters down and that she and her team had been working so hard to put the finishing touches on everything before everything came to an abrupt stop and she needed to recover.
“I didn’t want to let anyone down who purchased tickets for my tour. In addition, I didn’t want to disappoint the individuals who had been working nonstop with me for the past few months to put my performance together. I’m sorry to let anyone down,” she remarked in July. The Celebration Tour formally began on October 14 in London and reached the United States on December 13.