Grammy-winning singer Tori Kelly has been hospitalized after suffering from severe blood clots, according to a report from TMZ.
The singer had been at dinner with friends when her heart began palpitating.
Kelly passed out before she was transported to a hospital.
Blood clots were later found in the singer’s legs and lungs, TTMZ reported.
The outlet added that Kelly had been going in and out of consciousness at the hospital.
According to The Daily Mail, Tori is being cared for now at the hospital’s intensive care unit, where doctors have located clots in her legs and lungs.
She has reportedly been conscious at times during her ongoing hospitalization, but her condition and prognosis are unclear.
The Mail noted:
“While blood clots are necessary for the body to stanch bleeding and heal, they can also block normal blood flow, a condition known as thrombosis. According to the Mayo Clinic, deep vein thrombosis occurs when a blood clot occurs in one of the body’s deep veins.
However, the clots can travel to other organs, causing more severe problems. A pulmonary embolism occurs when a clot travels to the lungs and gets stuck, where it blocks off much-need blood flow to the organ.”
Kelly previously competed on “The Masked Singer,” wearing a seahorse costume while appearing on the show.
“So they asked me to do it, and I’m gonna be honest, at first I was like, wait, that show is crazy. I don’t know if I can do it—it’s really out there and wild,” Kelly said of “The Masked Singer,” according to Entertainment Weekly.
“After giving it some thought, I realized that it could be a cool opportunity to kind of show many different sides to me, really, and kind of show my alter ego a little bit and have fun with the songs.”
“So after a little bit of thinking it through, I got really excited about it. So I said yes.”