Madonna pays tribute to the woman who saved her life

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After a serious medical scare last summer, Madonna finally took the stage to perform on the “Celebration Tour.” On her 31st date, she decided to thank the one who saved her life.

In the middle of a show in New York this Sunday, the Queen of Pop stopped to thank the “ really important woman », who saved his life this summer and who happened to be in the room that evening. It was this person who drove the superstar to the emergency room when she was passed out on the tiles of her bathroom. Circumstances which had also forced Madonna to postpone the start of her North American tour following a “ serious bacterial infection “.

There are some very important people in the room tonight who were with me at the hospital. There’s a very important woman who dragged me to the hospital “, she declared on stage at the Barclay Center, ” I don’t even remember, I passed out on my bathroom floor and woke up in the ICU. “. According to a fan account of the singer, it was Shavawn, a friend, who “ save the life “.

Later in the evening, Madonna shared more details about her hospitalization, including how in June she had to be put into a two-day induced coma and was only able to hear THE ” sound of voice » from Eitan, his Kabbalah teacher. Grateful to have come out of it, the superstar believes she experienced a “ fucking miracle “.

Back in better shape than ever, she has been touring the stages of Europe and the United States since October 14. The “Celebration Tour” will continue until April 26 in Mexico City.


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