After passing out at dinner on Sunday night, Tori Kelly is reportedly being treated for blood clots in the hospital.
The "Nobody Love" singer, 30, reportedly fainted while out with pals in downtown Los Angeles after her heartbeat increased; insiders told the site that she had been "out for a while."
Kelly was subsequently taken to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center by her pals for treatment, the source said, when physicians discovered blood clots in her legs and lungs.
According to sources who spoke to TMZ, Kelly's condition is "really serious" and she has reportedly been "in and out of consciousness."
On December 21, 2020 in Anaheim, Tori Kelly and Babyface do a performance on stage at City National Grove of Anaheim.
With the Y2K-inspired song "missin u," Tori Kelly claims to feel like a "new artist again."
A request for comment from PEOPLE was not immediately answered by Kelly's representative.
The last time Kelly had a brand-new solo single was almost three years ago with "Missin u."
The musician spoke with PEOPLE in March to talk about the song and when her fans may anticipate seeing her on tour.
I really miss going on tours. It was devastating to have to postpone Covid because I was actually on a world tour at the time. I haven't been able to tour since then," she claimed.
Before releasing new music, Tori Kelly debuts new brunette hair and gives up her signature blonde color.
On March 16, 2020, Tori Kelly will give a performance at The Roundhouse in London, England.
Kelly cited touring as one of the most thrilling things she was looking forward to. "I can't reveal anything just yet, but I can't wait to see fans again and sing these songs with them," she said.
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Kelly entered the market with soulful acoustic renditions on YouTube and a stint on American Idol in 2010 after originally becoming well-known as a child on several TV competition shows. She narrowly missed the Top 24 of American Idol, but she quickly began a lucrative pop career and published her debut album Unbreakable Smile in 2015. She had hits with "Nobody Love" and "Should've Been Us" and was awarded two Grammys in 2019.