Louise Redknapp drops from 9 to 5 musical after injuring herself in nasty fall

Louise Redknapp is taking time without work from performing within the musical 9 to five after injuring herself in a fall.

The singer had been in rehearsals for a musical model of Dolly Parton’s most well-known movie, through which she was set to play Violet Newstead.

“It breaks by coronary heart to say I’m having to take a while out and will not be capable of proceed with my position in 9-5,” she wrote on Instagram.

“As a consequence of a nasty fall I’ve solely gone and fractured my wrist and received 10 (sure 10) stitches in my chin.

“Following my medical doctors orders – they’ve stated I will likely be okay however as they are saying within the theatre ‘the present a lot go on’ and I want the remainder of the fabulous forged an incredible opening evening and I will likely be again on that stage for 9-5 earlier than you realize it.”

Redknapp was due to play a lead role
Picture:
Redknapp was as a consequence of play a lead position

Producers of the present stated Redknapp’s alternative can be introduced shortly, and that anybody wishing to change their tickets to when she would seem within the present ought to contact their level of sale.

They stated she would seemingly be returning to the present in March or April.

“The restoration time advisable means Louise is not capable of correctly rehearse the present within the remaining time left earlier than opening,” they stated in a press release.

“Collectively we’ve got made the troublesome determination to delay Louise’s begin date within the present.

“Everybody at 9 to five needs Louise a speedy restoration and we stay up for welcoming her again.”

Redknapp was as a consequence of seem on stage alongside Amber Davies, Love Island’s 2017 winner, who will play Judy Bernly within the present.

The performer wished Redknapp a speedy restoration on Instagram.

“One in all my favorite people,” she wrote. “I want you a speedy recuperate (sic) and might’t wait to look at you be a number one woman. See you Tuesday.”

The manufacturing will run at London’s Savoy Theatre from 28 January.

Leave a Reply

Back to top button