Grammy-winning singer Tori Kelly is recovering after being hospitalized for blood clots. The 30-year-old singer shared an update on her condition on social media Thursday morning.

    Her Twitter post was captioned “Deuteronomy 31:8” with a screenshot of a handwritten message from Tori.

    Kelly is known for her powerful vocals and her catchy pop songs. She rose to fame in 2013 after appearing on the ninth season of American Idol. Her debut album, Unbreakable Smile, was released in 2015 and spawned two mainstream hits, “Nobody Love” and “Should’ve Been Us.”

    She’s won two Grammy Awards, one for Best New Artist in 2016 and one for Best Gospel Performance/Song in 2018. She has also been nominated for several other awards, including a Golden Globe and a Billboard Music Award.

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    Tori Kelly Blood Clots

    Kelly’s hospitalization came as a shock to her fans. On Sunday night, she was out with friends when she suddenly passed out. She was taken to the hospital, where she was diagnosed with blood clots in her lungs and legs.

    Blood clots can be a serious medical condition, but they are often treatable. With proper medical care, Kelly is expected to make a full recovery.

    Kelly’s fans have been sending her messages of support on social media. In her update, Kelly thanked her fans for their love and kindness. She also shared that she was working on releasing an EP before her health scare, and that she plans to release it on Friday, July 28, 2023.

    “I won’t let this hurdle prevent the music from being yours on Friday,” she wrote. “I’m so excited to share it with you all.”

    We are glad to hear that Tori Kelly is recovering and we wish her a speedy and full recovery. We also look forward to hearing her new EP on Friday.

    Kelly’s health scare has raised awareness about the dangers of blood clots. Blood clots can occur for a variety of reasons, including long periods of immobility, surgery, and certain medical conditions.

    If you have any concerns about blood clots, talk to your doctor. They can help you assess your risk and recommend ways to prevent blood clots from forming.

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