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Rosie O’Donnell shares update on Madonna’s health

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Madonna after the Queen of Pop was hospitalised due to a bacterial infection.Last week, the pop icon was hospitalised after she was found to have a serious bacterial infection – leading to all of her upcoming ‘Celebration’ world tour dates to be cancelled.

Madonna’s manager Guy Osears wrote in a statement that, despite staying several days in the ICU: “Her health is improving, however, she is still under medical care.

A full recovery is expected.”Later, TV multi-hyphenate Rosie O’Donnell shared an image of herself and Madonna whilst on the set of her titular show in the ’90s.

She captioned the photo, announcing that “She is feeling good”, “she” being the Grammy Award winner.On Sunday (July 2), O’Donnell shared another throwback photo of the duo, this time from when the two starred in the 1992 classic comedy A League of Their Own. “Remember when? #league #mo,” O’Donnell captioned the post.

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