Grammy-winning singer Tori Kelly has been hospitalized and is currently receiving treatment for severe blood clots, as reported by TMZ.
The incident occurred on a Sunday night while Kelly was dining with friends in downtown Los Angeles. She passed out after mentioning that her heart was beating fast.
Following her collapse, she was immediately taken to Cedars-Sinai Hospital, where she is currently undergoing treatment in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU).
According to TMZ, doctors discovered blood clots in both Kelly's lungs and legs, and they are investigating to determine if there are any clots present around her heart.
Billboard has reached out to Kelly's representatives to seek confirmation and gather more information regarding her condition.
The 30-year-old singer-songwriter signed with Epic Records earlier that year and released her first single with the label, titled "Missin U," accompanied by a Y2K-inspired music video in March.
Prior to this release, her most recent musical projects were "Inspired by True Events" in 2019 and "A Tori Kelly Christmas" in 2020.
In 2019, Kelly received Grammy awards for "Best Gospel Album" for her sophomore album, "Hiding Place," and "Best Gospel Performance/Song" for "Never Alone."
Kelly had expressed excitement about returning to touring after the COVID-19 pandemic disrupted her previous world tour plans.
As of now, further updates on Tori Kelly's health and her tour plans are yet to be disclosed, and fans are eagerly awaiting news about her recovery and the resumption of live performances.