Louise is cut down
LOUISE Redknapp has broken her wrist and has a “horrible gash” on her chin, according to her 9 to 5 co-star Bonnie Langford.
Louise, 44, was forced to temporarily pull out of the musical version of Dolly Parton’s film after injuring herself in a fall.
Bonnie, 54, who plays Roz Keith in the show, which begins at London’s Savoy Theatre on January 28, wished Louise a swift recovery.
She said: “She’s hurt herself, poor darling. She’s got a horrible gash on her chin. Thank God she didn’t break any teeth.
“She’s also broken her wrist or something. We are just wishing her well and hoping she is back soon.”
The singer was due to play Violet Newstead in the West End production.
Love Island star Amber Davies, who is cast as Judy Bernly, added: “She’ll be back in no time.”
A stand-in is expected to be chosen next week. THE RUMOUR: AA Milne created the Winnie-thePooh characters to represent psychological disorders. A paper released in 2000 suggested Pooh represented impulsivity; Piglet, anxiety; Roo, autism; Tigger, ADHD; Eeyore, depression; Rabbit, OCD; and Owl, dyslexia. Plus AA Milne had PTSD, as shown in the 2017 film Goodbye Christopher Robin.
IS IT TRUE? One of the psychologists who wrote the paper said she did it to poke fun at her profession. VERDICT: Not true.
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INJURY BLOW: Redknapp