Tori Kelly in ‘really serious’ condition after collapsing, rushed to hospital

Tori Kelly is reportedly in “really serious” condition after being hospitalized Sunday night.

TMZ reported Monday that doctors found blood clots in the singer-songwriter’s legs and lungs.

At the moment, per the outlet, they are still working to determine if there are clots around her heart.

According to the outlet, Kelly was out for dinner with friends in downtown Los Angeles when she complained of having an abnormally fast heartbeat.

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At one point, Kelly fainted and was “out for a while.”

Friends of Kelly, 30, deliberately chose to drive the singer to Cedars-Sinai in West Hollywood as opposed to calling an ambulance that would have taken Kelly to a hospital downtown.

Page Six has reached out to reps for the “American Idol” contestant but did not immediately hear back.

While the singer has been relatively out of the spotlight since her last album in 2020, Kelly has been making a comeback this year.

The two-time Grammy winner just debuted her latest single “Missin U” in March, also surprising fans by dyeing her once-blonde curls black.

Kelly addressed her lack of song releases in June 2022.

“i see your comments 👀 & i get frustrated too bc i just wanna put this music out & tour again but unfortunately its not as simple as just releasing songs whenever i want,” she tweeted at the time.

“i wish the business side of things didn’t sometimes slow down the process… but.”

“that being said.. it’s led to a better situation & im so grateful for the team around me. so yes it’s taken longer than i would’ve liked & im so grateful for yalls patience.
trust me when i say.. it’ll all be worth it.”

Kelly is also known for her time as a contestant on “American Idol” in 2010.

Her music and voice have made their way into various movies, including “Sing” and “Sing 2.”

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