Madonna thought she was going to die after having a strong bacterial infection
In June Madonna alerts were raised after it was reported that she had been emergency hospitalized as a result of a strong bacterial infection, which is why she had to postpone her tour. The Celebration Tour. And it was this weekend that the Queen of pop returned to the stage.
After the serious health problem she had, Madonna began her tour in London where he showed his fans that he is stronger than ever, although a few months ago he went through difficult times when he thought he was going to die.
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In accordance with Peoplein the first concert of her tour, Madonna opened up to her fans and mentioned that He believed that he would lose his life, something that the doctors also thought who attended to her.
“I didn't think I would make it and neither did my doctors. That's why I woke up with all my children sitting around me.”
Madonna revealed that she does not have many memories of the days she spent in the hospital and even classified them as “days of her death.”
“I forgot five days of my life, or my death, I don't really know where I was. But the angels were protecting me.”
Finally, the singer mentioned that one of the reasons he fought for his life was his childrensince they are your engine to move forward.
“And my children were there, my children always save me. If you want to know how I got through it and how I survived, I thought, 'I have to be there for my kids. I have to survive for them.'”
After these words, Madonna performed an acoustic version of “I Will Survive”original song by Gloria Gaynor.
Due to the strong bacterial infection she contracted, Madonna had to postpone most of the shows she already had scheduled for her tour.
In Mexico the dates that would be in January 2024 were also modified and were in the following way.
The dates were as follows:
- January 25- now April 20
- January 27- now April 21
- January 28- now April 23
- January 30- now April 24
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