Friends and famous fans of Madonna have sent messages of support to the star after she was hospitalised on Saturday.
Rosanna Arquette, who co-starred with Madonna in 1985 film Desperately Seeking Susan, sent “love and good light vibrations” for recovery.
Singer The Weeknd showed his support, along with Game of Thrones star Gwendoline Christie.
Madonna’s manager said on Wednesday she had been in intensive care due to a “serious bacterial infection”.
The 64-year-old singer was due to embark on a seven-month world tour but has now had to postpone it.
Celebrating 40 years in the industry, the tour was due to include a number of her greatest hits.
Madonna is believed to still be receiving treatment in a New York hospital but is no longer in intensive care.
She received thousands of messages of support underneath a post from manager Guy Oseary.
The Weekend, real name Abel Tesfaye, reposted the statement on his Instagram story with the caption “sending prayers” and also posted a black and white photo of the star.
There were also well wishes from Oscar-nominated filmmaker Ava DuVernay, singer and songwriter Ryan Tedder, musician Jon Batiste, blogger Perez Hilton and model and actress Amber Valetta.
Ru Paul’s Drag Race judge Michelle Visage wrote underneath the announcement: “Take good care of our queen” whilst Wedding Crashers star Fisher added: “Sending her so much love”.
Rita Wilson, the producer, actress and singer, also wrote: “Sending Madonna my prayers for a speedy recovery”.
Actors Evan Rachel Wood, Rosie Perez, Isla Fisher and Zooey Deschanel also posted their support and sent their love to the singer.
There have been no recent updates on her health, but it has been reported that her children Lourdes, David and Rocco are in New York to support her.