Madonna Teases World Tour After Postponement and Hospitalization

The 64-year-old singer is 'all dressed up and nowhere to go' in a series of sultry new pics.

Madonna is gearing up to hit the road after her Celebration Tour was previously sidelined by a health emergency. 

"All dressed up and Nowhere to go…………….👠 …….. But Soon , Very Soon, I’ll be traveling to you #celebrationtour," Madge captioned an Instagram carousel of images, including a sultry snapshot wearing a black bustier and glamorous necklace along with a full face of glam. In her other pics, the 64-year-old singer poses in a bathroom and on her bed with a black veil over her head. 

In June, the iconic songstress was forced to postpone her planned tour after she was hospitalized for a bacterial infection. 

Madonna's newest post comes days after she was photographed taking a stroll around New York City. She also recently teased the forthcoming release of rescheduled tour dates. 

"Thank you again for your incredible Support and Patience over these past few weeks," she wrote on Aug. 4 on her Instagram Story over an image of a hand holding a yellow rose. "I'm happy to report that the re-routed tour schedule will be coming in the next few days! See You Soon for a well-deserved Celebration!"

On June 28, amid her tour rehearsals, Madonna's manager, Guy Oseary, revealed that his client had "a several day stay in the ICU" after developing "a serious bacterial infection." 

Days later, ET learned that Madonna had been discharged from the hospital and was home resting per her doctor's orders. In a post to social media on July 10, the singer addressed her health and officially announced that the North American leg of the tour would be postponed. 

Shortly thereafter, Madonna penned a note of thanks to her loved ones who'd been there for her amid her health struggles, particularly her children: Lourdes, 26, Rocco, 22, David, 17, Mercy, 17, and 10-year-old twins Stella and Estere.

"Love from family and friends is the best Medicine," she wrote on Instagram. "One month out of the hospital and I can reflect. As a Mother you can really get caught up In the needs Of your children and the seemingly endless giving……….. But when the chips were down my children really showed up for me. I saw a side to them I had never seen before. It made all the difference."