By Eve Buckland and Connie Rusk For Mailonline
Published: 21:12 GMT, 29 February 2020 | Updated: 03:06 GMT, 1 March 2020
Madonna covered up in a hooded jacket as she leaned on a cane during an outing in Paris on Saturday, two days after she struggled to continue her Madame X show at Le Grand Rex.
The singer, 61, who has been battling on through her 12-night residency despite her knee and hip injuries, reportedly had to be held up by a backing dancer after falling off her chair, and broke down in tears as she carried on the two and a half hour show, reports The Sun.
The iconic songstress, who is due back on stage on Saturday evening, kept a low profile in a navy quilted jacket, with the hood up obscuring her face as she made her way to a car.
Sighting: Madonna covered up in a hooded jacket as she leaned on a cane during an outing in Paris on Saturday, two days after she struggled to continue her Madame X show at Le Grand Rex
The Vogue hitmaker leaned on a walking stick as she stepped out and carried a smoothie amid her knee injury.
Madonna appeared weary as she was escorted to the car by minders, ahead of the next date on her wildly popular tour.
One fan wrote on Twitter: 'A friend who attended @Madonna Thursdays show told me that at the end of Vogue, she missed the chair and fell on the floor.
'A dancer had to help her on to the chair and then during the Polaroid part she broke in to tears and couldn’t stop. #madonna #madamex #MadameXTour'.
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