Love Island’s Wes Nelson taken to hospital after losing consciousness at home
Love Island alum Wes Nelson has confirmed that he was taken to hospital after "randomly" losing consciousness at home.
On Monday, Nelson posted a photo of himself in hospital, confirming to fans that he was admitted the day prior on Sunday.
In the story, Nelson wrote: "So yesterday I randomly started to lose vision/consciousness in my house! Managed to get to my neighbours who took care of me and got me to hospital in the ambulance.
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"Won't go into detail but we did a bunch of tests and throughout the day and they've have told me I'm all good now."
He finished by confirming that he is feeling much better now: "I feel LOADS better today! Got the green light for TOUR tomorrow."
The tour he is referencing is the music tour he is set to embark on around the UK and Ireland, which will include cities such as London, Dublin, Manchester, and Newcastle.
His tour is scheduled to begin on Tuesday, May 9 with a performance at Studio Warehouse Glasgow.
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Nelson began his singer-songwriter career after his stint in the Love Island villa. He scored an EMI Records deal in August 2020 and released his debut single — 'See Nobody' — in September 2020.
Recently, fellow former Love Island star Samie Elishi opened up about her own health scare after she found a 5-centimetre lump on her neck.
"I have to have half of my thyroid removed, basically all they do is just cut your neck," Elishi said.
"I shouldn't be upset because I'm so grateful that people messaged and I caught it now, and I have the opportunity to get it removed and get it sorted, but it is still really scary. I'm a young girl, but I'm realising how common it is."
Love Island airs on ITV2, and is available via catch up on ITVX and BritBox.
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