Madonna is seen in New York City for the first time after being admitted to the hospital
Madonna is seen in New York City for the first time after being admitted to the hospital

After a health scare last month, American singer Madonna was seen for the first time in public. She had a "serious bacterial infection," which required hospitalisation. The singer, 64, was spotted on Sunday strolling with a pal in her Upper East Side area in New York City.

American singer Madonna was recently photographed chilling out with a pal on a scorching Sunday afternoon in New York City's upper East Side, just days after experiencing a medical emergency. She appeared to be quite joyful and eager, and she could walk rather well after her stay in the hospital.

Madonna was seen in the social media video going viral donning large sunglasses, a hat with a wide brim, Nike sneakers, red lipstick, and ponytails in her hair. According to the sources, the musician "looked happy and chatted with a blonde pal" as they strolled through the neighbourhood. Despite having just been hospitalised, she did not appear to be in any physical pain.

The 'Hung Up' singer eventually contracted a very dangerous bacterial illness and had to spend a few days in the intensive care unit, according to her manager Guy Oseary, who later informed her followers on Instagram. The singer initially appeared unresponsive while she was being taken to a hospital in New York City during the early stages of her health problems.

She did, however, regain consciousness the next day and appeared alert. Although her manager, Oseary, stated that a full recovery was anticipated, her supporters and loved ones are still very optimistic despite their continued concern for her health.

Debi Mazar, the singer's closest friend, stated, "She was on the road to recovery and is back home resting," and Rosie O'Donnell, another friend, posted on Instagram, "Her Madgesty was feeling good."Her manager Guy Oseary offered the health update in an Instagram post. She "developed a serious bacterial infection that necessitated a few days in the intensive care unit," according to Guy.

It was revealed during Madonna's hospitalisation that all of her ongoing obligations, including her world tour, have been  “paused”.

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