Madonna reveals she is STILL on crutches following her knee injury

Madonna reveals she is STILL on crutches following her knee injury on tour in Paris this February but she hopes to be dancing soon

Madonna is still on the mend after sustaining a knee injury on tour back in February, before the COVID-19 virus started spreading more rapidly.

The 61-year-old singer suffered a knee injury during a performance during her Madame X show at Le Grand Rex in Paris in late February, forcing her to cancel several performances.

The pop icon took to Instagram on Tuesday, revealing she is STILL on crutches five months later, though she hoped to be dancing again soon.

Skating: Madonna is still on the mend after sustaining a knee injury on tour back in February, before the COVID-19 virus started spreading more rapidly

The singer posted a mashup video from the Instagram fan account @MadonnaGram, which featured footage of the singer roller skating from her 2005 music video for Sorry, set to the Abba classic Dancing Queen.

The singer reposted the video, stating it, ‘gives me hope that not only will I be walking without crutches one day soon but also Dancing and Roller Skating Again!!’

She added, ‘I Miss being the Dancing Queen !! Having the time of my life!!’ along with the hashtags, #positivethinking and #mindovermatter

Performer: The singer posted a mashup video from the Instagram fan account @MadonnaGram , which featured footage of the singer roller skating from her 2005 music video for Sorry, set to the Abba classic Dancing Queen

The singer was in the midst of her 12-night residency at Le Grand Rex in Paris when she fell off a chair and suffered an injury to her knee, which she had previously injured and was even seen using a cane to walk.

A friend of someone who saw the injury happen said on social media, ‘A friend who attended @Madonna Thursdays show told me that at the end of Vogue, she missed the chair and fell on the floor.’

The show was part of an all-theatre tour started on September 17, 2019, in New York City, and was set to conclude on March 11, in Paris.

Residency: The singer was in the midst of her 12-night residency at Le Grand Rex in Paris when she fell off a chair and suffered an injury to her knee, which she had previously injured and was even seen using a cane to walk

The singer ultimately canceled 14 shows, with the most recent being her first performance in Paris last Thursday due to her crippling injuries which she described caused her ‘indescribable pain’.

She also opened up about her injuries in January, stating she was, ‘in tears from the pain of my injuries.’

‘I consider myself a warrior. I never quit, I never give in, I never give up! However, this time I have to listen to my body and accept my pain is a warning,’ she added.

Pain: The singer ultimately canceled 14 shows, with the most recent being her first performance in Paris last Thursday due to her crippling injuries which she described caused her ‘indescribable pain’

The singer described the injury on Instagram, ‘when a chair was literally pulled out from underneath me by mistake and I landed on the floor on my tail bone.’

Madonna also revealed that she has to do six hours of rehab every day due to her serious injury and claimed that it’s a ‘miracle’ she has been able to get this far on the tour.

The singer’s new album was released in June, debuting atop the Billboard 200 album charts. 

Injury: The singer described the injury on Instagram, ‘when a chair was literally pulled out from underneath me by mistake and I landed on the floor on my tail bone’

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