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LEGENDARY performer Madonna was forced to postpone her 2023 tour after being rushed to hospital.

The singer, 64, was hospitalised at the end of June 2023 after being found unconscious at her home in New York City.

How is Madonna doing?

Madonna is expected to make a full recovery from her health scare.

The Ray Of Light star's manager, Guy Oseary, reassured fans that his client would be back to full health in time.

She would, however, have to pause all work commitments while she recovered.

Oseary added that although Madonna's health was improving, she was still receiving medical care days after being hospitalised.

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As a result of this incident, Madonna's Celebration tour was postponed.

The tour, which was set to honour the 40th anniversary of Madonna beginning her music career, was supposed to begin in Vancouver, Canada, on July 15, 2023.

Oseary said: "We will share more details with you as soon as we have them, including a new start date for the tour and for rescheduled shows."

Madonna's last tour ran from September 2019 to March 2020, when the Covid-19 pandemic began.

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What happened to Madonna?

Madonna was hospitalised in New York on Saturday, June 24, 2023, after she was found unconscious while preparing for her Celebration tour.

She was later revealed to be suffering a bacterial infection.

Madonna, who is dating boxer Josh Popper, was intubated for one evening but was then awake and responsive, according to Page Six.

The pop star's daughter, Lourdes Leon, was said to have been by her mother's side throughout the scary incident.

An unnamed relative told the Daily Mail that Madonna's infection was so grave that the family believed Madonna might not survive.

The relative said: "For the past couple of days, no one really knew which direction this was going to turn, and her family was preparing for the worst.

"Everyone believed that we may lose her and that has been the reality of the situation."

The relative added that the health scare served as a wake up call for the singer.

They said: "She has not been living as healthy a life as she should be for her age, and she has been wearing herself thin over the past couple of months.

"She thinks that she is still young when, in fact, she is not. She also believes that she is invincible."

The Queen of Pop has suffered other health issues in the past and had to undergo regenerative treatment in 2020 after suffering extreme pain due to knee surgery.

She struggled with hip and knee injuries during her all-theatre Madame X Tour and cancelled several dates.

She tried a number of alternative treatments to help her cope with the pain, including washing her blood with oxygen.

Following the news of Madonna's hospitalisation, her sons Rocco Ritchie and David Banda were seen looking worried while out and about in NYC.

Although not directly addressing his girlfriend's health, Josh posted a series of boxing pics online captioned: "Give yourself permission to live a big life."

Fellow celebrities paid tribute to the singer online and wished her a speedy recovery.

Rita Wilson said on social media:  "Sending Madonna my prayers for a speedy recovery."

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While Frankie Grande wrote: "Omg sending her love and healing light!"

New Girl star Zooey Deschanel said: " Hope she feels better very soon!"

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