Madonna still weak and very tired as Celebration tour future remains uncertain

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Madonna is still on the mend as her highly anticipated world tour remains in question.

The “Vogue” hitmaker has been feeling “weak and very tired” as she spends most of her time in bed fighting a severe bacterial infection, a source told TMZ Wednesday.

As Page Six exclusively reported last week, the pop icon, 64, was rushed to the hospital in New York City after being found unresponsive.

She needed to be intubated for at least one night before having the tube removed.

The Grammy winner’s Celebration tour has since been postponed due to the medical emergency.

The show had originally been scheduled to kick off July 15 in Vancouver.

A source close to the tour production previously told Page Six that the singer had been “strenuously rehearsing” for up to 12 hours to prepare for the global trek.

A separate source said that the “Material Girl” songstress was “constantly pushing herself” to keep up with her younger dancers.

“While she is as good as the people she is working with, many of them are a fraction of her age and without her history of injuries,” one her friends told Page Six.

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“Of course, there are other acts older than her still on the road, but they aren’t dancing and performing like she does.”

Comedian Rosie O’Donnell previously shared an update on the Queen of Pop’s recovery after posting a throwback photo from the set of their 1992 film “A League of Their Own.”

“Remember when? #league #mo,” the comedian captioned the snap of herself and Madonna.

Fans were quick to chime in with questions about the performer’s health, to which the “Now and Then” star responded, “She is recovering at home — she is very strong in general.”

The “Evita” actress has yet to address her hospitalization. Her last Instagram post from June 20 included a series of photos from her tour rehearsals.

“The Calm Before The Storm,” she wrote in the caption.

Madonna was last seen in public on Mother’s Day while having dinner in New York City with her six kids.

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