“Please Forgive”: Madonna Cancels Show In Boston Due To “Overwhelming" Pain As She Must Rest And Follow Doctors

Date November 28, 2019

What is happening to Madonna’s concert 2019? The the iconic singer has had to cancel her shows from her upcoming tour in Boston.

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In her 60s, Madonna is described as a very healthy woman. For her age she is full of energy and never fails to deliver electrifying performances. She definitely has found the fountain of youth as she doesn’t look her age one bit.

She revealed the secret behind her health and fitness includes taking an ice bath at 3 am. The Like A Virgin singer also noted that it’s the best treatment for injuries.

Madonna concert 2019

On Wednesday, the Queen of Pop cancelled her show in Boston, Massachusetts and asked fans for forgivesness. The 61-year-old took to her Instagram page to reveal that the show was cancelled due to 'overwhelming' pain.

This is sad news for fans who were eager to see her perform during her Madame X world tour. Her shows were scheduled across the United States and Europe. She wrote:

Please forgive this unexpected turn of events. Doing my show every night brings me so much joy and to cancel is a kind of punishment for me but the pain I’m in right now is overwhelming.

The singer promised to come back better and continue the rest of her tour. She continued:

I must rest and follow doctors’ orders so i can come back stronger and better and continue the Madame ❌ journey with all of you.

Fans sent their well-wishes to the sick singer


Get better Mamma.We all love you’💪🏽💃🏻💥🇮🇹💯


Feel better baby! We love you♥️


Health is the most important thing! Take good care of yourself ❤️


I hope you heal quickly and are soon pain free! ❤️


Human after all. Let’s see what the future offers. Take care !


I’m with you my queen. Get well soon. The world needs Madame X happy and healthy ❤️Ⓜ️❌


You’re a fighter and you’ll recover fast - sending you so much love @madonna ❤️💪🙌

We wish the Queen of Pop a speedy recovery!

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