According to an exclusive report from Page Six, Madonna was discovered unconscious and taken to a hospital in New York City on Saturday.

The 64-year-old “Material Girl” singer reportedly spent at least one night in an intubated state before removing the tube; she is now awake and recovering fully.

We are also informed that she was supported throughout the experience by her daughter Lourdes Leon.

On Wednesday, Guy Oseary, Madonna’s longtime manager, wrote on Instagram that his client “developed a serious bacterial infection which led to a several-day stay in the ICU.”

She is still receiving medical attention, despite a source telling us the Queen of Pop is currently “out of the ICU,” according to Oseary’s statement. A complete recovery is anticipated.

The singer of “Express Yourself” recently celebrated the primary school graduation of her 10-year-old twins Estere and Stella.

Last Wednesday, she posted a picture of the girls wearing blue cap and gowns and holding bouquets of flowers to Instagram with the message, “Happy Graduation! “

Madonna revealed earlier this year that her “Celebration” tour would begin in celebration of the 40th anniversary of her musical career.

The 84-date world tour was scheduled to begin at Rogers Arena in Vancouver on July 15; however, Oseary’s Instagram post indicated that it has been postponed due to the health concern.

As soon as we have more information, such as a new start date for the tour and new dates for the rescheduled performances, we will let you know.

The Madonna tour was scheduled to start in North America on December 13 and finish on January 30, 2024. It was initially scheduled to travel to Europe on October 14.

The Grammy winner pledged to sing all her best hits, starting with her self-titled debut from 1983 and continuing through her 2019 album, “Madame X.”

She told Page Six in January, “I am delighted to explore as many songs as possible to give my fans the show they have been waiting for.

In support of “Madame X,” Madonna’s most recent tour ran from September 2019 until March 2020.

She still holds the record for a female artist’s highest-earning tour with her Sticky & Sweet Tour, which took place between August 2008 and September 2009.