The ‘Like a Virgin’ singer was recently hospitalized.

Madonna has returned to social media after being hospitalized for a health crisis last month, finally breaking her silence and giving an update to followers.

In a statement, the singer, 64, said, “Thank you for your positive energy, prayers, and words of healing and encouragement. I could feel your affection.”

“I’m on the road to recovery and incredibly grateful for all the blessings in my life,” she continued, explaining that her mind was on only two things – her children and her upcoming The Celebration Tour.

“My first thought when I woke up in the hospital was my children. My second thought was that I did not want to disappoint anyone who bought tickets for my tour.”

“I also didn’t want to disappoint those who worked tirelessly with me over the last few months to create my show. I hate to disappoint anyone.”

While Madonna would take some time off to recover, she assured fans that tour dates would be adjusted soon.

“My priority right now is my health and getting stronger, and I promise to be back with you as soon as I can!” She stated. “The current plan is to reschedule the tour’s North American leg and begin in Europe in October.”

“I am deeply appreciative of your concern and assistance. Love, M.”

Donatella Versace, for example, said in the comments section, “We are with you all the way, Madonna. I’m thinking of you and sending you love, strength, and hugs for a quick recovery. The entire globe is eagerly anticipating your return on the stage!!!”

“What we care about is…. YOU!” Michelle Visage added. “Take care of yourself, and the rest will fall into place. WE LOVE YOU,” and some of her followers showered her with heart emojis.

She closed her post with a new photo of herself at home recovering, wearing no make-up and a band tee, with her long blonde hair falling to one side.

The singer’s health crisis, the circumstances of which are unknown, coincides with the impending The Celebration Tour, an 84-date trek that will kick off on July 15 at the Rogers Arena in Vancouver.

Madonna’s manager, Guy Oseary, warned last week that they would have to “pause all commitments, which includes the tour.”

The Celebration Tour, which pays tribute to the renowned singer’s four-decade career, was practically sold out when tickets were made available.

Madonna’s six children have been acting as a support network, all seen visiting their mother in the hospital or at home recently.