Louise Redknapp sacrificed everything – including her 19-year marriage – for a second blow to fame.
But her comeback was tragically short this week when she was forced to withdraw from the musical of Dolly Parton, from 9 to 5, after having broken her wrist in a fall from horror.
"It breaks my heart to say that I have to take a break and not be able to continue my role in 9-5", said the star devastated his followers on Friday.
"Because of a bad fall I went and broke my wrist and I received 10 (yes 10) points in my chin."
The singer should have played Violet Newstead, the role played by Lily Tomlin in the 1
Showbiz friends including Caroline Flack, Katya Jones and co-star Amber Davies, starring from the character of Jane Fonda Judy Bernly, they were ready to offer their sympathies.
But there was nothing but silence from her ex-husband Jamie, who is currently promoting her show, A League of Their Own, with her partner, ex-cricket player Freddie Flintoff .
Meanwhile, it is said that the accident was overwhelming to blow to Louise, who moved out of the marital home after competing in the 2016 Strictly Come Dancing series.
"It happened on the way to try Tuesday morning, it fell into the street," a source told The Sun
"She went to the hospital and had some points, and then the doctors told her she needed a little time and she can not do the show.
" Of course it's completely devastated. because this is a dream role for her. It does not seem right. "
next week will be chosen and the Savoy Theater of London will publish a statement in which it is hoped to have Louise back by the end of March or early April.
The former Eternal singer revealed earlier how he felt "physically ill "to the idea that he would never experience the" buzz "of performing again after Strictly end " I spent most of my life liking everyone else, bothering to be judged and thinking that I should always do the right thing being at home, looking after my children and my husband, I got lost, I became a sort of Stepford Wife, I wanted to be perfect. It was only when I agreed to do Strictly Come Dancing that I realized I could not go back to that, "he told The Telegraph last year.
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