Rosie O’Donnell said Madonna is still recovering at home following a severe bacterial infection that caused her to be intubated in the Intensive Care Unit last month.
The “Now and Then” star provided fans with a positive update, revealing that the Queen of Pop, 64, is “good” as fans peppered her with questions on Instagram.
“She is recovering at home — she is very strong in general,” O’Donnell replied to one follower.
“God bless her hope she’s ok, I don’t care about the tour,” another Instagram user wrote, to which the former talk show host responded, “She’s good.”
O’Donnell, 61, also gave her “A League of Their Own” co-star’s fans a status report shortly after Page Six broke the news that Madonna, 64, was found unresponsive at her home.
“shes feeling good 👍🏽 #madonna #love,” O’Donnell wrote last week.
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The longtime manager of the “Material Girl” songstress, Guy Oseary, announced on Instagram that Madonna spent several days in the ICU before transferring to a recovery unit.
As a result, the “Evita” actress was forced to postpone her highly anticipated “Celebration” tour that was set to launch in Vancouver in mid-July.
In the weeks leading up to the tour, Madonna had been “strenuously rehearsing” at Nassau Coliseum on Long Island.
“She had been putting in 12-hour days,” a tour insider told Page Six exclusively. “She was strenuously rehearsing and putting in the work.”
A second source added, “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.”
Following Madonna’s release from the hospital, which involved a police escort back to her Upper East Side manse, the “Vogue” singer’s family, including sons Rocco Ritchie and David Banda, were spotted coming and going from the property.
Madonna herself has yet to break her silence on her health crisis, but it was reported that despite returning home she remained bedridden and was vomiting uncontrollably.