Madonna’s medical emergency, which caused her family and fans to be afraid for her life earlier this year.
In June 2023, the pop star, 65, was set to begin her Celebration Tour in Canada when she was found dropped on the restroom floor of her New York home and rushed to the clinic with a “serious bacterial contamination”.
The singer then, at that point, spent a few days in the emergency unit where her condition was supposed to be dubious.
Obviously, the underlying event dates were required to be postponed, but she later continued her worldwide tour in October 2023 in Europe.
During her latest stop in Brooklyn, New York on December 16, Madonna paused for a minute to say thanks to “a few big cheeses” who were close by at the hospital. She was additionally thankful to the people who had helped her through the difficult time.
“I passed out on my bathroom floor; I woke up in the ICU – thank you, Siobhan, she saved my life,” the Queen of Pop can be heard telling the crowd in a video posted on social media platform X, formerly known as Twitter.
She further explained that she was put into “an induced coma for 48 hours”, adding that the only voice she heard during that time was that of her Kabbalah teacher.
“I heard him say, ‘Squeeze my hand’, that’s it,” Madonna said, before joking that she “had to almost die to get all my kids in one room”.
Madonna has six children – Lourdes Leon, 26, Rocco Ritchie, 22, 17-year-old David Banda, whom she adopted in 2006, 17-year-old Chifundo “Mercy” James, whom she adopted in 2009, and 10-year-old twins Stella and Estere, whom she adopted in 2017.