According to TMZ, Madonna is bedridden and people think she is in no shape to kick off her upcoming world tour.
Sources close to TMZ tell the outlet that Madonna has been vomiting uncontrollably since being discharged from the hospital, and the infection is still wreaking havoc on her body.
The outlet went on to add that Madonna cannot get out of bed in her New York City apartment where she has been recovering since being released from the ICU. The singer was released Wednesday night after her multiday visit.
According to the report, the singer was “kicking and screaming” demanding she not be taken to the hospital. One source say that the assistant was with her when she collapsed last Saturday.
Madonna has been dealing with a fever for more than a month leading up to the hospitalization and keeping it a secret. The singer has been working on her tour, and any medical care may have jeopardized the shows.
Madonna is looking to go on with the tour as planned, yet everyone close to her is advising she rests until further notice.
Guy Oseary, the talent manager and producer for the star, confirmed that Madonna had been admitted to intensive care on June 24th due to the infection.
“Her health is improving, however she is still under medical care. A full recovery is expected,” he wrote in an Instagram statement. “At this time we will need to pause all commitments, which includes the tour.”
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Oseary went on to say that more details will be available when her team has them, “including a new start date for the tour and for rescheduled shows.”
The Celebration Tour was announced back in January with talent like Amy Shcumer, Lil Wayne, Kate Berlant, Jack Black and more. Diplo and others even made cameos.
The tour pays tribute to the 1991 Blond Ambition World Tour documentary Truth or Dare.
The performer’s tour is also set to explore the musical journey across four decades and was set to start in July in Vancouver. The tour even featured those like Bob the Drag Queen at all dates.
Madonna underwent hip surgery back in 2020 a year after she was injured while on tour. This saw the singer also cancel several North American shows.