Louise is cut down

Daily Star Sunday - - FRONT PAGE -

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.

HOUSE OF HOR­ROR: Ted­dies and flow­ers out­side the home where Har­ris burned Amelia to death af­ter try­ing to drown her

IN­JURY BLOW: Red­knapp

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