Madonna appeared to be in great spirits just days before she was rushed to the hospital.
The singer gave a glimpse inside her now-postponed “Celebration” tour when she shared behind-the-scenes photos from rehearsals on Instagram last week.
The image carousel included shots of the “Vogue” artist onstage with her team as well as dressed up in costume.
The pop star can also be seen sticking her tongue out for the camera and getting her hair and makeup done in a close-up selfie.
“The Calm Before The Storm,” she wrote in the caption.
The post was Madonna’s last before she was found unresponsive and subsequently hospitalized Saturday in New York City.
Page Six exclusively revealed that the “Material Girl” songstress was intubated for at least one night before having the tube removed. She is now alert and recovering.
Her daughter Lourdes Leon was a constant presence by her side during the ordeal.
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Following the news, fans shared their hopes for a speedy recovery in Madonna’s comments.
“Sending all prayers for you to be ok!!!” one person wrote.
“The whole world needs you, please be well, we need your good health again, I’m crying a lot! we need you!” another added.
Page Six has learned that Madonna had been “strenuously rehearsing” at Long Island’s Nassau Coliseum for weeks prior to the medical emergency.
“She had been putting in 12-hour days,” a source said. “She was strenuously rehearsing and putting in the work.”
Madonna’s longtime manager, Guy Oseary, shared on Instagram Wednesday that his client had “developed a serious bacterial infection which led to a several day stay in the ICU.”
He added that “she is still under medical care” and a “full recovery is expected.”
Oseary also confirmed that the singer’s highly anticipated world tour and other commitments are on “pause.”
Details about rescheduled shows will be shared with fans as “soon as we have them,” he said.
Madonna announced her “Celebration” tour earlier this year in honor of the 40th anniversary of her music career.
The 84-date worldwide trek would have kicked off at Vancouver’s Rogers Arena on July 15.
“I am excited to explore as many songs as possible in hopes to give my fans the show they have been waiting for,” she said in a statement to Page Six in January.