Madonna is doing better: the singer’s first public appearance after hospitalization

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After sudden hospitalization in the hospital due to a severe bacterial infectionwhich caused her to postpone her world tour Celebration, Madonna seems to be getting better gradually. After being discharged from the clinic where she had been hospitalized in intensive care, the pop star was in fact immortalized for the first time as she strolls the streets of New York with a friend.

The first appearance after admission

The shots that immortalize the star of Like a virgin walking for the first time after being hospitalized in the streets of the Big Apple, were made by a fan. The photographs and the video that portray Madonna while she is walking with a friend immediately went around the web and social networks, and would confirm to the whole world the fact that the singer is out of danger and that his health is gradually improving. The news, in fact, arrives just in time to calm the waters regarding the speculations circulated in the previous days regarding the health of the pop star: among these, also the news that Madonna had been revived with Narcan, commonly used to treat overdoses, but also for the treatment of various types of shock.

Madonna is better, but the tour remains on hold

While it’s now almost certain that the Queen of Pop is better, Madonna herself has yet to make any public statement. Until now, in fact, it was the manager, Guy Oseary, who gave updates on the gradual improvement of her health conditions: “On Saturday June 24, Madonna developed a serious bacterial infection which led to several days in intensive care His health is improving, but he is still under medical treatment. A full recovery is expected.” However, the path to optimal physical condition will still be very long and, precisely for this reason, at the moment it is not known when she will start Celebration, Madonna’s world tour. “Right now we will have to suspend all engagements, including the tour. We will share more details with you as soon as we have them, including a new start date for the tour and rescheduled shows,” the pop star’s manager said. The world tour, which was scheduled to kick off July 15 in Vancouver for a total of 84 performances, on 23 and 25 November he would also arrive in Milan. At the moment, the tour is still temporarily canceled but as soon as the pop star’s health stabilizes for good, fans will surely receive new information regarding the long-awaited live concerts.