Singer-songwriter Tori Kelly, 30, was rushed to Cedars-Sinai Hospital in Los Angeles on Sunday night after collapsing during a dinner outing, according to a report by TMZ. Doctors at the hospital have since discovered blood clots in her legs and lungs. She had expressed feeling her heart beating rapidly before losing consciousness. At present, she is receiving treatment in the ICU.
The Grammy-winning artist initially gained recognition through her YouTube performances and later competed on the ninth season of American Idol in 2010. After joining forces with manager Scooter Braun and signing to Capitol Records, Kelly released her debut album, “Unbreakable Smile,” in 2015, earning a nomination for Best New Artist at the 58th Grammy Awards.
Her career continued to soar with her second studio album, “Hiding Place,” which earned her two Grammy Awards for Best Gospel Performance/Song and Best Gospel Album. Recently, Tori Kelly moved to Epic Records, and fans eagerly anticipate the release of her upcoming EP, “Tori,” scheduled to drop on July 28.
As the entertainment industry and fans await further updates on Tori Kelly’s health, our thoughts are with her for a swift and complete recovery. Our thoughts are with Tori Kelly and her loved ones during this challenging time.