The Queen of Pop is “feeling better” and “resting” at home after being admitted to the hospital with a “serious bacterial infection,” a source claims.

Madonna is concentrating on getting better after a frightening hospitalization over the past few days caused by a “serious bacterial infection.”

The 64-year-old Queen of Pop is now recuperating at home in New York City, a source close to her said. “She’s feeling better and following doctor’s orders and resting,” the source adds.

Madonna’s longtime manager Guy Oseary confirmed on Wednesday that the singer went into the intensive care unit on June 24 due to a “serious bacterial infection.”

Although her health is getting better, she is still receiving medical attention. “A complete recovery is anticipated,” Oseary posted on his Instagram page. We will need to put all commitments on hold for the time being, including the tour.

Madonna was recovering at home after leaving the hospital.

The Grammy winner revealed her eagerly awaited Celebration Tour in January, informing fans that she wants to honor New York and celebrate her career’s 40th anniversary with the upcoming shows.

In a press release, she stated, “I am delighted to explore as many songs as possible in hopes of giving my fans the show they have been waiting for.”

Madonna had been hard at work in rehearsals before being admitted to the hospital. She also provided fans a glimpse into her tour through a series of Instagram posts.

She had hip replacement surgery in late 2020 to address an injury she got while on her Madame X tour, which was one of her earlier health problems.

She admitted at the time, “Let me be honest with you — I used to be, like, a fitness/workout maniac,” in her Madame X Presents: Madame Xtra Q&A program. “I was in more agony than I’ve ever been in my life throughout my [2019 Madame X] tour; I don’t know whether you’ve seen it, but I’m limping a lot. I underwent hip replacement surgery, so I’m a bionic woman.”

“So, how can I maintain my fitness? All of it is in your head. No one’s gonna stop me is how I maintain my physical fitness, and it’s called willpower,” she continued. “And I don’t believe in limitations, which is how I stay in shape.”