Madonna hooked up to IV during Madame X Tour 'rehab'

Madonna has blood drawn, mixed with ozone gas and put back in with IV drip during Madame X Tour ‘rehab’… after canceling shows for health issues

  • The 61-year-old is receiving help from osteopath Jean Michel Ete and had ozone mixed with her blood in a treatment known as autohemotherapy
  • Her twin daughters Stella and Estere, seven, were at her bedside in ‘rehab’ footage she posted to Instagram 
  • Madonna canceled three shows this past weekend at Boston’s Boch Center Wang Theater after suffering health problems
  • She wrote on Instagram that ‘the pain I’m in right now is overwhelming and I must rest and follow doctors orders so i can come back stronger and better’
  • The pop star will resume her tour with four gigs at the Metropolitan Opera House in Philadelphia beginning this Saturday 

She is about to resume her tour after canceling a string of shows over health issues.

And this Thursday Madonna let her 14.6 million Instagram followers in on the ‘rehab’ she has been undergoing with help from osteopath Jean Michel Ete.

The 61-year-old pop diva posted a video of herself having her blood drawn, mixed with ozone gas and then reinserted with an IV drip – known as autohemotherapy.

Back into fighting shape: This Thursday Madonna let her 14.6 million Instagram followers in on the ‘rehab’ she has been undergoing, with company from her twins Stella and Estere, seven

Standing at her bedside were her two youngest children, her seven-year-old twin daughters Stella and Estere.

‘Infusing the blood………….Vitamin drip…………..Tibetan bowls……..singing and meditation. ………….. Felt amazing afterwards !!’ Madonna wrote on Instagram.

This Wednesday Madonna had posted a ‘rehab’ video in which she lay in the same bed as Stella and Estere approached her.

The little girls were wearing extravagant wigs and stiletto boots, as well as handbags by what Stella adorably referred to as ‘Dolce and Bagana.’

Process: The 61-year-old pop diva posted a video of herself having her blood drawn, mixed with ozone gas and then reinserted with an intravenous drip

Last Wednesday Madonna announced she had to scrap a few shows even though ‘to cancel is a kind of punishment for me.’

She wrote on Instagram that ‘the pain I’m in right now is overwhelming and I must rest and follow doctors orders so i can come back stronger and better.’

Her three booked gigs at Boston’s Boch Center Wang Theater were scuttled but she is slated to resume her tour on Saturday.

She has concerts booked this coming Saturday, Sunday, Tuesday and Wednesday at the Metropolitan Opera House in Philadelphia.

‘Infusing the blood………….Vitamin drip…………..Tibetan bowls……..singing and meditation. ………….. Felt amazing afterwards !!’ Madonna wrote on Instagram

Her habit of being hours late to gigs has resulted in a class-action lawsuit from disgruntled ticket buyers, TMZ reported last month citing court documents.

The 61-year-old pop icon reset the start time of multiple tour dates from 8:30pm to 10:30pm, to the fury of one Nate Hollander.

Nate claims his ticket to her Tuesday, December 17 concert in Miami Beach has drastically dropped in value because of the time change.

He says he paid $1,024.95 for three tickets and that his attempt to get a refund was rebuffed, and now some like-minded customers are joining him in a lawsuit.  

Dress-up: This Wednesday Madonna had posted a ‘rehab’ video in which she lay in the same bed as Stella and Estere approached her

A Madame X Tour date in Las Vegas was meant to start at 10:30pm, but she did not manage to hit the stage until past midnight, FOX5 Vegas reports. 

One attendee wrote on Twitter: ‘Well I think Madonna is the first concert I’ve been to where people were booing and chanting “refund.”‘

The show did not wrap up until 2:45am and a Wonderwall insider said that ‘over 500 refunds’ were given to disappointed concertgoers.

Delay: Last Wednesday Madonna announced she had to scrap a few shows of her Madame X tour; she is pictured performing a tour date in Chicago

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