Grammy-Winning Singer Tori Kelly Hospitalized Due To Blood Clots Found In Her Lungs And Legs

She Was Rushed One Of The Prominent Hospitals, Where She Was Admitted To The Intensive Care Unit

Tori Kelly, the Grammy-Winning American singer, is currently undergoing treatment for blood clots after being hospitalized. According to TMZ, she fainted while spending time with friends in downtown Los Angeles and was unconscious for a significant period.

Soon after that, her friends rushed her to Cedars-Sinai, one of the prominent hospitals, where she was admitted to the Intensive Care Unit. Medical reports revealed the presence of blood clots in her legs and lungs, and her condition is described as “serious.”

Tori Kelly is renowned for her musical achievements, including winning Grammy Awards in 2019 for Best Gospel Album and Best Gospel Performance/Song. Her popular songs like “Nobody Love,” “Dear No One,” “Hallelujah,” and “Don’t You Worry ’Bout a Thing” have garnered her a substantial fan following. Recently, she released her latest song, “missin u.”

Reflecting on her touring experiences, Kelly expressed her longing to connect with her fans again. The COVID-19 pandemic interrupted her world tour, and she had to cancel it, leaving her heartbroken. However, she eagerly anticipates the day she can return to the stage and perform her beloved songs alongside her fans.

Kelly’s journey to success began when she participated in American Idol back in 2010. While she didn’t reach the Top 24, she persevered and embarked on a fruitful music career, releasing her debut album “Unbreakable Smile” in 2015.

For now, the music world collectively holds its breath, sending their thoughts and prayers to Tori Kelly, the extraordinary artist who has graced the stage with her incredible talent and has the strength to overcome any obstacle that comes her way.

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