Former Strictly Come Dancing star Louise Redknapp has needed to drop out of the hugely-anticipated debut of 9 to five: The Musical after struggling some extreme accidents.
The Eternal singer was to have opened the musical with Love Island's Amber Davies and fellow ex-Strictly contestant Brian Conley at the Savoy Theatre this month, however was injured on Tuesday (January eight) when she fell on the street on the best way to rehearsals.
Her spokesperson has confirmed to RecordsOnRepeat that she's going to miss the gala opening of 9 to five: The Musical, which is predicted to be attended by the unique movie's star Dolly Parton.
According to The Sun, she has been ordered by docs to take two months off work after fracturing her wrist and struggling a deep wound on her chin. She will now re-join 9 to five later this 12 months.
A spokesperson for the manufacturing additionally mentioned: "We hope Louise will begin performances in the direction of the top of March or early April.
“Due to an damage this week, Louise Redknapp has needed to briefly withdraw from performing the position of Violet in 9 to five: The Musical.
“The restoration time beneficial means Louise is not capable of correctly rehearse the present within the remaining time left earlier than opening.
“Together we have now made the troublesome choice to delay Louise’s begin date within the present. We hope that Louise will begin performances someday in the direction of the top of March/early April 2019. Everyone at 9 to five needs Louise a speedy restoration and we stay up for welcoming her again."
CHECK THIS OUT, Y'ALL: Dolly Parton's rip-roaring musical hits London's West End in Jan 2019! Starring @LouiseRedknapp, @Amber_Davies7, @nataliemcqueen & @RealBrianConley - with a rating by @DollyParton herself. Full data at https://t.co/4n8gVhE0ob #9to5Musical pic.twitter.com/tkffYTZnJa— 9 to five the Musical (@9to5MusicalUK) September 13, 2018
9 to five: The Musical is at present set to run on the Savoy Theatre from January 28 by way of August 31. Those in search of refunds as a consequence of Louise's absence can achieve this on the level of buy.
The present was to have been Louise's return to the stage, after beforehand starring reverse fellow popstar Will Young in Cabaret.