Madonna joked that she “had to almost die” to get all six of her children “in one room” together.
The “Material Girl” singer, 65, said she woke up in the hospital to her “scared” kids following the health crisis that landed her in intensive care over the summer.
“The fact that I’m here right now is the f—king miracle,” she said during her concert at Barclays Center Saturday night as the crowd erupted into cheers.
“There are some people in this room tonight that were with me in the hospital,” she added.
“There is one very important woman who dragged me to the hospital … I passed out on my bathroom floor and I woke up in the ICU,” she went on, thanking the mystery woman named Siobhan who “saved [her] life.”
Page Six has reached out to reps for the singer for additional comment.
In June, Page Six was the first to report that the Queen Of Pop had been found unresponsive in her New York City home after “strenuously rehearsing” and “putting in 12-hour days” in anticipation of her tour.
She has since revealed that her Kabbalah teacher, Eitan Yardeni, was by her side throughout her 48-hour induced coma, and his voice was all that she could hear.
“When I first became conscious, I saw my six incredible children sitting in the lobby,” Madonna explained.
“By the way, I had to almost die to get all my kids in one room — I know it’s kind of funny,” she added.
“But they were all pretty scared and I didn’t understand what was going on.”
Madonna — who is a mom to Lourdes Leon, 26, Rocco Ritchie, 23, David Banda, 18, Chifundo “Mercy” James, 17, and twins Stella and Estere, 11 — said she immediately thought of her own mother, who died from breast cancer at age 30.
“She was by herself,” the “Vogue” hitmaker said of her family matriarch.
“And I was thinking, ‘What if I left my children?’ That would destroy me to leave my children at this moment in their lives.
“I wasn’t thinking about me. I was thinking about them, and I was thinking about my mother and how scared she must have been to know that she was going to leave us all behind.”
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The singer theorized that “crazy f—king things happen to us” in order to “make us realize what other people go through.”
“I don’t take any of this shit for granted,” she concluded.
Earlier in the week, Madonna brought her boyfriend of nearly one year, Josh Popper, onstage after kicking off her Brooklyn concert three hours late.
The boxer, 29, was all smiles as he sat alongside his girlfriend for a portion of the “Celebration” tour stop Wednesday night.
At one point, the “Like a Virgin” songstress even displayed some PDA by leaning over and kissing her beau on the cheek.