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'lucky to be alive'
after surviving an infection

Amercian singer-songwriter Madonna

The 'Queen of Pop' Madonna said, “she is lucky to be alive,” after contracting a bacterial infection and was admitted to an intensive care unit (ICU) at a hospital in New York City, in the United States.

The 64-year-old singer's bacterial infection has not been disclosed but doctors will tell you that when the body gets a bacterial infection it can lead to severe and often very serious life-threatening conditions, where the internal organs start to deteriorate due to the infection travelling through the blood.

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If the bacterial infection is not treated it can lead to the scarring of tissue and this on internal organs can lead to long-lasting and debilitating conditions - and in some cases can be fatal.

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Where sepsis develops from bacterial infections can be from a person who can be mentally overwhelmed with mental stress or a mental health condition and this impinges physically on the person's body and reduces the immune system, which is there to stem and fight off illness, bacteria, virus and other nasty bugs within people or animals.

Madonna had been planning her 'Celebration World Tour' and spoke enthusiastically, “I am excited to explore as many songs as possible in hopes to give my fans the show they have been waiting for,” an address to her fans.

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Madonna in concert playing the guitar
Madonna in concert playing the guitar

Unfortunately, due to the serious nature of Madonna's health condition, the 'Celebration World Tour' will be postponed until further notice, as the singer-songwriter recuperates and gets mentally and physically better and stronger.

Many of Madonna's fans and those in the entertainment world expressed their concerns and well wishes in getting better while both in hospital and as she has returned home to get some well-earned rest.

Madonna has 'thanked' all of those who have sent her messages of prayers and get well soon wishes.

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Hopefully, the doctors give The Queen of Pop or two other names more fitting in her latest quest as the “Queen of Concerts” or “The Queen of Touring”, will come back more determined and stronger to do what she does best, and that's to entertain in the most elaborate, theatrical and, yes, controversial at times!

See ya soon 'The Queen of Pop' - Madonna!