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Madonna’s health scare has profoundly impacted her family: ‘Everyone believed that we may lose her’

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Madonna’s recent health scare has garnered significant attention and concern. Amidst fears for her well-being, her management team held a crisis meeting on Zoom to discuss the situation.

The 64-year-old singer was found unconscious in New York and promptly rushed to the ICU, where she received intubation overnight.

On Wednesday, her manager, Guy Oseary, announced that Madonna was suffering from a “severe bacterial infection,” which necessitated the postponement of her upcoming tour scheduled to begin in Vancouver on July 15.According to a family member who spoke to, the days following Madonna’s collapse were filled with uncertainty and anxiety, with the fear of potentially losing her weighing heavily on their minds.

This shocking incident served as a wake-up call for Madonna, who has often believed herself “invincible” and has been pushing herself to the limits in preparation for the tour. “For the past couple of days, no one really knew which direction this was going to turn, and her family was preparing for the worst,” the relative said. “That is why it was kept a secret since Saturday.

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