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Madonna, 65, flaunts lots of flirting with painful young man as she reflects on ‘miraculous recovery’ after near-death health scare

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Madonna made a romantic display with a grieving young man on July 4 as she reflected on the one-year anniversary of her near-death health scare.

The pop icon, 65, was rushed to hospital in June 2023 after being found unresponsive as a result of what was later determined to be a serious bacterial infection.

The singer was taken to the ICU and had to be intubated, and she later revealed she had slipped into a medically induced coma as she fought for her life despite lung and kidney failure.

The star is now embracing her renewed health – and posted a series of racy photos showing her getting cozy with a mystery man – who later grabbed her cleavage.

She also showed off her ageless looks and glamorous make-up as she stunned in a plunging red dress.

Madonna put on a loving show with a grieving young man on July 4 as she reflected on the one-year anniversary of her near-death health scare.

Madonna put on a loving show with a grieving young man on July 4 as she reflected on the one-year anniversary of her near-death health scare.

She wrote: “Happy 4th of July! A year ago today, having just come home from the hospital after surviving a life-threatening illness, I was barely standing in my backyard holding a sparkler.

“I’ve made a great recovery and had a great year. Thank god. Life is Beautiful!’

The Celebration tour was originally set to begin on July 15, 2023 in Vancouver, Canada, but was pushed back three months after the pop icon developed a ‘serious bacterial infection’ in late June, which led to a multi-day stay in the hospital. intensive care (ICU).

Her first career retrospective ended with a four-night run at London’s O2 Arena starting on October 14 and running across Europe until early December.

During a previous tour in Brooklyn in December, the dance music pioneer joked that she had to ‘almost die to get all my kids in one room’.

She shares 27-year-old daughter Lourdes with ex-boyfriend and fitness trainer Carlos Leon and 23-year-old son Rocco with ex-husband director Guy Ritchie.

Madonna later adopted her son David Banda, 18; daughter Chifundo ‘Mercy’ James, 18; and twin daughters Stella and Estere, 11.

She suffered acute septic shock on June 24, according to Radar Online, and emergency responders were reportedly able to revive her with Narcan.

The star is now embracing her renewed health - and posted a quirky set of photos showing her cozying up to a mystery man.

The star is now embracing her renewed health – and posted a quirky set of photos showing her cozying up to a mystery man.

She also showed off her ageless looks and glamorous make-up as she stunned in a plunging red dress.

She also showed off her ageless looks and glamorous make-up as she stunned in a plunging red dress.

The star looked cozy as she posed with her companion

The star looked cozy as she posed with her companion

The star showed off her glowing complexion as she posed

The star showed off her glowing complexion as she posed

The substance is traditionally used to treat people in the midst of opioid overdoses, but it can also help revive someone suffering from septic shock.

At her Brooklyn show, Madonna said her ‘lungs weren’t working’ and her ‘kidneys were failing’ and she claimed there was a 40 per cent chance she wouldn’t survive.

The tour then moved to the US and Canada starting with shows at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York that went through North America until mid-April when she headed to Mexico City for five concerts.

Ultimately, the Celebration Tour ended on May 4 with a massive free concert on Rio de Janeiro’s Copacabana Beach that drew 1.6 million fans, now considered the biggest independent concert of all time, according to the Economic Times.

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