Madonna says it’s a ‘miracle’ she’s alive ahead of Bay Area concert.

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A week into his 78-date festival tour, mother of jesus He candidly discusses his recent hospitalization due to a bacterial infection and reflects on what it means to be back on the road after an unexpected event three months delay, He also admitted that he is not feeling well as he shared his seriousness recent health scare,

During her concert in Antwerp, Belgium on Saturday, October 21, she told fans, “Less than four months ago, I was in a hospital, and I was unconscious, and people were thinking, predicting that I won’t be able to succeed.” “So, it’s a miracle that I’m here right now.”

Madonna, 65, plans to hold concerts at San Francisco’s Chase Center on February 27-28 (rescheduled to October 4-5) and at Sacramento’s Golden 1 Center on January 13.

During the concert at the Sportpaleis Arena over the weekend, the Queen of Pop became emotional while referring to her late mother, Madonna Louise Ciccone, who died of breast cancer in 1963, when Madonna was just five years old.

Madonna said, “My mother, God bless her, she’ll be watching over me.” Fan-shot video footage From the concert. “He said, ‘Girl, it’s not time for you to go.'”

Tears welled up in her eyes and she continued, “This strange thought came to my mind. I suddenly had sympathy and empathy for my mother, not about the moment she died, but how lonely she must have felt lying in the hospital, knowing she was not going to survive, and being given another chance. So I’m very grateful for that.”

Celebration Tour, which started O2 Arena in London On October 14, Madonna’s extensive catalog of music spanning over 40 years will be showcased and pay tribute to the New York City where she began her illustrious career.

Madonna confessed to the audience, “I have to tell you, I’m not really feeling good right now.” “But I can’t complain because I’m alive. Thank God for the love and support of my children and all of you, I really appreciate it.

The North American leg of their Celebration Tour, initially scheduled to begin on July 15 in Vancouver, will now begin on December 13 at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn. Madonna’s last performance in San Francisco was part of her three nights “Madame X” Tour Residency At the Golden Gate Theater in 2019.

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