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Madonna postpones her New York Madame X show after knee injury

Madonna announced she will be postponing Monday night’s Brooklyn Academy of Music residence show after she sustained a knee injury.

A statement posted on her website read: ‘Unfortunately, Madonna’s Madame X concert this evening at BAM Howard Gilman Opera House is postponed.

‘Madonna is currently dealing with a knee injury and has been advised rest for the next three days to assist in her recovery. Fans are encouraged to hold onto their tickets pending information on rescheduling.’

The Madame X concerts this Thursday October 10 and Saturday October 12 are expected to proceed as scheduled, according to Daily Star.

‘We regret the inconvenience to fans. Thank you for understanding.’

The Queen of Pop posted on Instagram that she is ‘not a quitter’ and it is hard to admit to being a human made of flesh and blood.

She wrote: ‘Its Hard for Madame X to admit that she is also a human being made of flesh and blood and she must rest for the next 3 days to insure full recovery for her knee.

‘I am not a quitter. This hurts me more than you can imagine. Its time to take those heels and fishnets off for a few days!

‘Thank you for your understanding. See you very soon!’

The injury for the pop superstar’s pins seems worlds away from her recent posts in which she flaunted her flexibility during leg stretches for her show.

Madge kicked off her theatre tour in October after a delay of almost a month after decades of huge arena worldwide arena tours.

The set is said to be much more intimate than her usual huge production shows.

The Material Girl singer rescheduled several Madame X dates last week, after the opening night of her Chicago show was originally set for October 15 was pushed back despite no reason being given.

Her Halloween show for San Francisco has also been pushed back to November 5 citing production issues as the reason.

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