G. McConway
July 26, 2023

Tori Kelly Rushed to Hospital from Complications Due to Blood Clots

Tori Kelly is one of the most popular singers on the planet right now.

She grabbed everyone’s attention as an “American Idol” contestant and has now crossed several genres of music to become a legitimate star.

Sadly, she was rushed to the hospital on Sunday night after collapsing while out with friends, reported the Daily Wire.

What Happened

According to the TMZ report, Kelly, who is only 30 years old, collapsed and was “out for a while.”

After she collapsed, friends rushed her to Cedars-Sanai for care. Witnesses stated that she was “in and out of consciousness” while in the hospital.

Doctors reportedly treated her for blood clots, and now they are evaluating her due to the fact the clots were around several vital organs.

Kelly’s condition is considered “very serious,” and she remains in the ICU for observation while doctors figure out a plan of attack.

Kelly started out as a YouTube star, then gained a significant following on Season 9 of American Idol.

She did not win that year, but her career was launched and a star was born.

One of Kelly’s first ventures as a professional was a gospel album, which was not a surprise considering how grounded she is in her faith.

Kelly won two Grammys for her gospel album, winning Best Gospel Album for “Hiding Place” and Best Gospel Performance/Song for “Never Alone,” in 2019.

Kelly has a new eponymous album coming out later this week as well as a scheduled performance on July 28. Her team has not stated if she will make that date, but we have to assume the date will be canceled while she is being treated.

Get well soon, Tori.

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