Madonna has been released from the hospital following a health scare that landed her in the ICU, Page Six can confirm.
The BBC reported Thursday that the music superstar, 64, is “home and feeling better” after her discharge.
Meanwhile, a source told CNN Thursday that Madonna had been transported to her New York City residence via a private ambulance.
Page Six can also confirm a police escort was seen outside of the “Material Girl” singer’s property.
Her children have been spotted visiting their ill mom while she is on the mend.
Madonna’s sons, David Banda and Rocco Ritchie, whose father is film director Guy Ritchie, were photographed arriving at her Upper East Side apartment Wednesday.
The “Like a Virgin” singer’s longtime manager, Guy Oseary, broke the news that his A-list client had been rushed to the hospital in an Instagram post Wednesday.
He shared at the time that Madonna had developed a “serious bacterial infection” on Saturday, which led to a “several day stay” in the ICU.
“Her health is improving, however she is under medical care,” the music executive added. “A full recovery is expected.”
Page Six then exclusively learned just how serious Madonna’s illness was, with a source telling us that she had become “unresponsive” at one point.
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We were also told that the “Like a Prayer” singer had been intubated for at least one night before having the tube removed, but the insider also noted that she was now “alert and recovering.”
Sources then gave us additional insight into what likely led to Madonna’s declining health.
An insider exclusively told us Wednesday that the “Express Yourself” singer had been “strenuously rehearsing” for her upcoming “Celebration” tour and putting in “12-hour days.”
As a result of Madonna’s recent illness, her tour — which was set to kick off in Vancouver on July 15 — has been put on hold.
“At this time, we will need to pause all commitments, which includes the tour,” Oseary, 50, also said in his statement.
“We will share more details with you as soon as we have them, including a new start date for the tour and for rescheduled shows.”
It appears that the decision to halt performances was a call made by Madonna’s management team and not the pop star herself.
A source previously told us, “Madonna doesn’t want to cancel her tour. She was having a blast in rehearsals and wants to get back to it when she’s ready.”
The insider added that the “Frozen” singer is “game” to “eventually” hit the road, but her “team doesn’t want to push her.”
Madonna has yet to address her hospitalization in her own statement. However, her longtime pal Rosie O’Donnell told fans Thursday that the Grammy winner is “feeling good.”
Page Six has reached out to Madonna’s reps for comment.