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Madonna fights for her life in intensive care

Acute septic shock lands Madonna in the hospital

Source: Dailly Express

Global superstar Madonna is recovering after a terrifying near-death experience forced her to cancel The Celebration world tour. Fresh details of her collapse and the desperate fight to save her life have emerged.

The Queen of Pop was rushed to hospital after being found unconscious at her home in New York with acute septic shock on June 24. According to Radar, the 64-year-old had to be revived with Narcan, a drug used to reverse opioid overdose but also very effective for treating bacterial infection.

At the time it was claimed her condition was so severe that she was intubated overnight and her family prepared "for the worst”.

She is now recovering at her home, however, is reportedly "weak and very tired," according to TMZ. has contacted a representative for Madonna for further comment.

The singer's health crisis comes ahead of her 40th-anniversary tour. She was scheduled to belt out her greatest hits on a seven-month-long stint across 45 cities worldwide due to kick off in Vancouver on July 15.

Last week, however, her manager said "At this time we will need to pause all commitments, which includes the tour".

He added that more details will be shared with fans once they know what is happening.

Madonna is yet to address her health ordeal publicly and has remained silent on her social media pages.

On her most recent Instagram post, published on June 20, fans flocked to the comments section to send their well wishes.

The songstress shared multiple pictures of herself seemingly preparing for her tour, which she captioned: "Calm before the storm."

RuPaul's Drag Race judge Michelle Visage wrote: "WE LOVE YOU QUEEN."

Josh Osborn commented: "Are you getting better? Please give us an update. We are all worried. And please give us an update on opening night.

"We all love you and hope you are feeling better."

Mayday added: "Get well soon Madonna.. we need you."

Alexandra Kennedy typed: "Put you first, positive vibes and love."

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