Rosie O’Donnell shares an important health update on Madonna

Actress and comedian Rosie O’Donnell shared an important update about his friend Madonnahealth following the iconic singer’s shocking hospitalization. O’Donnell assured fans that Madonna was fine and praised her strength.

Before being hospitalized, Madonna ignored her symptoms to focus on rehearsals for her holiday tour. He was unresponsive and intubated before being released from the hospital.

As a result, his much-anticipated tour has been postponed, and details of the rescheduled performances will be shared later. Madonna planned to perform her greatest hits during the tour.

Read on to learn more.

Rosie O’Donnell says Madonna is ‘at home recovering’

Rosie O’Donnell has given a health update on her close friend Madonna. Responding to worried fans on Instagram, the 61-year-old comedian reassured everyone that Madonna is fine and is currently recovering at home after being hospitalized for a “severe bacterial infection.” He replied to a concerned fan: “He’s at home recuperating – generally very strong.”

O’Donnell’s encouraging update on Madonna’s health came after she recalled their on-screen collaboration in 1992’s “A League of Your Own.”

The comedian took to social media to post a picture of himself and Madonna from the film, where they portrayed best friends Doris Murphy and Mae Mordabito. Set against the backdrop of World War II, the film follows their journey as they join the Rockford Peaches baseball team.

Madonna’s ‘severe bacterial infection’

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Last Wednesday, Madonna’s manager Guy Oseary revealed that the famous pop star had been battling a “severe bacterial infection” just weeks before her highly-anticipated holiday tour began.

According to insiders, Madonna ignored certain symptoms of the disease for a long time, hoping that they would go away on their own. “He didn’t want to take time away from rehearsals,” the source said People magazine.

“He was drained and didn’t feel 100 percent on tour for a while. He relentlessly strives to be the best, to impress his fans and do what others have not done before him.”

Another music industry source added: ‘Madonna has been very busy for a long time and doesn’t take care of herself. He continues to push himself over the edge.”

He was released from the intensive care unit


Madonna was unresponsive and was rushed to a New York hospital on June 24. The “Material Girl” hitmaker was intubated and kept under medical supervision for at least one night. His first daughter, Lourdes Leon, was reportedly by his side when he was taken to the intensive care unit.

An insider later shared it with him People that the Queen of Pop is “out of ICU and recovering.” They added that he was “home and feeling better”.

However, TMZ has learned directly from sources that Madonna’s condition remains uncertain. Since being released from the hospital, she has been experiencing uncontrollable vomiting, indicating that the infection is still wreaking havoc on her body.

Madonna’s holiday tour has been postponed

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Madonna’s highly anticipated ‘Celebration’ tour was originally set to kick off in less than three weeks, but has now been postponed due to her ongoing health crisis.

The tour is scheduled to include 53 dates in North America and Europe, with an opening night scheduled for July 15 in Vancouver. However, due to Madonna’s health fears, she had to take a break from all her commitments, including the tour.

Madonna performs in Madison Square

Oseary stated that more information about the rescheduled shows and new start date will be shared with fans as soon as possible, writing: “All commitments, including touring, are on hold at this time. We will share more details with you as soon as we know, including a new tour start date and rescheduled performances.”

The Grammy Award-winning artist has promised an unforgettable experience and will perform his greatest hits, from his debut album in 1983 to his latest record, “Madame X”, released in 2019.

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