According to several media outlets, Grammy-winning singer Tori Kelly is receiving treatment for blood clots after collapsing at a restaurant in downtown Los Angeles on Sunday night.
According to TMZ, who broke the story first, Kelly, 30, is being treated for blood clots that have been found in her legs and lungs. Additionally, doctors are attempting to find out if she has blood clots around her heart.
Before passing out, the singer apparently noted that her heart was beating incredibly quickly. She was “out for a while” before being taken to the hospital, a source close to the singer told TMZ.
To ensure that Kelly wasn’t sent to a hospital in the downtown area, her pals decided against calling an ambulance for the singer. Instead, the singer was treated at Cedars-Sinai Medical Centre, one of L.A.’s finest hospitals.
Kelly is currently in the ICU and has been in and out of consciousness during her hospitalisation, the unnamed insider further said to TMZ.
According to Entertainment Tonight, Kelly was online as recently as Sunday afternoon, when she published a positive Instagram story with the message, “Happy Sunday! Jesus adores you a great deal.
André Murillo, Kelly’s husband, has not made any public remarks about her health as of late.
When the singer was a teenager, she first became well-known for her YouTube singing performances. Later, she appeared in American Idol’s ninth season. 2015 saw the release of her debut album Unbreakable Smile, which included the mainstream songs “Nobody Love” and “Should’ve Been Us.”
On July 28, Kelly’s EP “Tori” is slated for release.