Madonna has been rushed to a New York City hospital after being found unresponsive, Page Six has exclusively revealed.
The pop icon, 64, was discovered at a residence on Saturday before being admitted to the ICU where she was intubated overnight.
Madonna’s longtime manager, Guy Oseary, shared on Instagram Wednesday that his client had “developed a serious bacterial infection which led to a several-day stay in the ICU.”
The “Vogue” crooner is now out of the intensive care unit and recovering in a regular ward of the unidentified hospital.
The singer’s oldest daughter, Lordes Leon, 26, has reportedly been by her superstar mother’s bedside throughout the entire ordeal.
It’s currently unclear what kind of bacterial infection Madonna developed. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, more than 23,000 Americans die from a range of serious bacterial infections each year.
Madonna was set to kick off her highly-anticipated “Celebration” tour in less than three weeks, but the shows have now been postponed amid the health crisis.