Kelly Osbourne injured her ankle when she fell over on the set of America's Got Talent.
The Fashion Police star was visiting her mother Sharon, who was shooting the NBC talent search show, when she tripped and fell in front of a huge studio audience and was left embarrassed with a swollen ankle. "I tripped on the stage like a dumb ass while visiting my Mumma at #AGT. I have the worst luck it had to be In front of the whole audience!!! I have a golf ball on my ankle! (sic)" she wrote on Twitter.
Kristin Chenoweth has quit The Good Wife.
The 43-year-old actress is departing her recurring role as a political reporter on the CBS drama to recover from the injuries she sustained when hit by a piece of lighting equipment on the set of the show last month. "It is with deep regret to inform everyone that due to my injuries, I am unable to return to The Good Wife at this time. I'm getting better slowly, and thank you everyone for your concern," she said.
Kristin's final appearance on the show will be the season four premiere, which airs next month, but show bosses haven't ruled out a return in future. "She may return in the future, but right now she needs more time to heal. The producers said she is welcome back any time," a source said.
It is unclear what is wrong with Kristin, who was hospitalized after she was struck by the lighting silk on Kent Avenue in the Williamsburg area of Brooklyn, but released a day later.
Kristin Chenoweth has been released from hospital after being injured on the set of The Good Wife.
The 43-year-old actress - who plays a political reporter in the fourth season of the CBS drama - is now recovering at home after being treated at Bellevue Hospital after being hit by a piece of lighting equipment that the wind had blown out of place while shooting a scene. Kristin received treatment at the scene yesterday before being rushed to hospital after she was struck by the lighting silk on Kent Avenue in the Williamsburg area of Brooklyn, and she was thought to have hit her head on the ground when she fell.
"Kristin has been released from the hospital and is home recovering. She thanks everyone for their prayers and well wishes," her representative said in a statement.
Following the incident, Will and Grace actor Sean Hayes - who starred opposite the blonde beauty in Broadway production Promises, Promises in 2010 - took to his Twitter account to wish the 43-year-old star a speedy recovery: "Sending out my love and wishes for a speedy recovery to my former leading lady, @KChenoweth."
Kristin Chenoweth was rushed to hospital on Wednesday after being injured on the set of The Good Wife.
The 43-year-old actress - who has joined season four of the CBS drama, playing a political reporter - was hit by a piece of the lighting equipment while shooting a scene on Kent Avenue in the Williamsburg area of Brooklyn and taken to Bellevue Hospital for treatment.
"This afternoon, while filming a scene for The Good Wife in Brooklyn, a gust of wind blew a lighting silk out of place striking actress Kristin Chenoweth. She received treatment on the scene by the show's medic until a New York Fire Department emergency medical team arrived and transported her to the hospital. All of us at the studio and the show are thinking about Kristin and wishing her a quick recovery," a statement from CBS read.
It is believed the injuries are minor although Kristin is thought to have hit her head on the ground when she fell. According to TV Line, the actress was forced to postpone a magazine photo shoot she had booked for today.
McGarrett is MIA!
Hawaii 5-0 star Alex O'Loughlin has taken time off from the CBS show in order to seek "supervised treatment for prescription pain medication due to a recent shoulder injury," his rep said.
Considering all the stunts Alex seems to do for the show, it's not surprising that he suffered such an injury. Here's to hoping he recovers soon!
So what does O'Loughlin's current treatment mean for the rest of the cast and crew?
While there isn't any word on how many episodes Alex will miss (if at all) in his absence, CBS says that the show is actually ahead of schedule and that it will complete a full second season, as ordered from the network.
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When it comes to CBS reality shows, contestants either get smacked by a watermelon -- or get watermelon-sized welts.
What will we see when Live to Dance officially launches tonight? Well, like the audition rounds of So You Think You Can Dance, a few embarrassing -- and painful -- moments.
On tonight's evening's episode -- the show it will begin its regular Wednesday time slot starting tomorrow -- a dancer gets noticed by the judges for all the wrong reasons. Watch the video and try not to wince.
(To get a look at TV Envy's 2010-11 Midseason Television Programming Schedule, click here.)
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A poorly-timed injury has meant a last-minute rewrite for The Big Bang Theory.
Over the weekend, actress Kaley Cuoco —who plays Penny on the hit comedy—broke her leg during a horseback riding accident.
Although Cuoco’s rep claims “she’s scheduled to make a full recovery,” the CBS star – who is still in a Los Angeles hospital – will be forced to miss the show’s taping on Tuesday. That means Kaley will be completely written out of the entire episode.
The series will have a pre-scheduled break next week.
The Big Bang Theory – which moves to Thursdays this fall – returns on September 23.
(To get a look at TV Envy’s Fall 2010 Programming Schedule, click here.)
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We may still be hours away from the start of So You Think You Can Dance‘s Top 20 competition, but there’s already been a change in the lineup.
Despite postponing Juilliard to appear on the show (and making Adam Shankman cry during the audition phase), contemporary dancer Billy Bell will be off the program altogether. Although the 19-year-old was seen during last night’s pre-taped showcase, an illness has forced him to end his run. He will be replaced tonight by 21-year-old Brandon Dumlao, a hip-hop dancer from California.
According to statement from Bell’s family, continuing with the competition could have meant grave consequences. “We were all very disappointed when we heard the news and Billy was devastated when his doctors told the show that if he continued to dance on the show before he recovered, he could possibly die,” it read. While a specific diagnosis was not mentioned, Us Weekly reports Billy is being treated for mononucleosis.
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As they say in the entertainment industry, “The show must go on.” And that’s exactly what happened last night.
During the opening number at the Tonys, Bret Michaels - along with the other Poison members and the Rock of Ages cast - got the audience warmed up with a performance of “Nothin’ But a Good Time.” It’s what happened after the song that made the most impact.
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Once again, Dancing with the Stars fans proved they love to see a comeback story. But will their votes have been in vain?
Even though a rib injury kept her from performing on Monday, Melissa Rycroft’s supporters rallied to keep her around for another week. This despite no guarantees that she will even be able to dance again.
During last night’s results show, Melissa updated the audience on the status of her hairline fracture. “We’ve started new treatment and we’re kind of optimistic that it will be effective,” she explained.
Since the former Bachelor star was spared elimination, the ax had to come down on another couple. Although they went into the evening with 5 more points than Rycroft and Tony Dovolani, Chuck Wicks and Julianne Hough were the ones sent home. But is there a possibility that they could return?
Should Melissa discover that she can’t continue as previously hoped, would the producers bring back the last pairing? Or would that all depend on the timing of her decision? I guess we’ll just have to wait and see.
(You can find all the Dancing with the Stars: Season 8 posts here.)
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