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Madonna Posts Health Update While Celebrating 40th Anniversary of Her Debut Album

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Madonna is sharing an update on her health after being hospitalized for a bacterial infection.The 64-year-old singer took to Instagram on Thursday to show off her dance moves and celebrate the 40th anniversary of her debut album,.

Set to the hit «Lucky Star» from the 1983 release, the quick clip shows Madonna, dressed in a black mesh top and black cargo pants, dancing around her bathroom as she mouths the words to the song.«To be able to move my body and dance just a little bit makes me feel like the Luckiest Star in the world!» Madonna wrote, sharing her excitement over being able to dance after being in a hospital bed just weeks prior.«Thank you to all of my fans and friends!» she continued of the support she's received amid the health scare. «You must be my lucky stars too!

And Happy 40th Birthday to my very. First Album- ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️.»A post shared by Madonna (@madonna)Last week, Madonna gave fans a look at her recovery, taking to Instagram to share photos of herself on the mend.In the selfies, the pop icon, wearing bright lipstick, snuggles with a stuffed animal as she poses for the camera.Madonna also shared a pic of herself with roses on Instagram, captioning the shot, "'A single rose can be my garden.

A single friend my world.' Thank You." A post shared by Madonna (@madonna)The health update comes after Madonna's manager, Guy Oseary, revealed earlier this month 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.

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