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Madonna Announces Rescheduled Celebration Tour Dates Following Health Scare

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Madonna is ready to get back on the road!On Tuesday, the legendary singer announced the rescheduled North American dates for her upcoming Celebration Tour, which had to be shifted following her hospitalization earlier this summer.A source tells ET, «Madonna has been in good spirits and feeling much better.

She has been celebrating her birthday in Portugal with loved ones and having a fun time. She is excited to get back to work and has been trying to give it her all during rehearsals.

She is working hard to build her strength and get back to her absolute best self.»The Celebration Tour will now kick off in Europe, starting with four sold-out shows at the O2 in London, beginning on Oct.

14. Following performances in Belgium, Denmark, Sweden, Spain, Portugal, France, Germany, Italy, and the Netherlands, the North American leg will begin on Dec.13 at Barclays Center in Brooklyn.The tour will then include stops in Washington, Boston, Toronto, Detroit, Montreal, Philadelphia, Chicago, Pittsburgh, Cleveland, St.

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