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shared a snap of her leg in a cast from hospital on Instagram and revealed she had broken her fibula. Dr Hilary says Covid travel restrictions could return as UK cases riseMet Office national morning forecast for July 4 - Light showers with sunny spellsBlood Red: Mohamed Salah Contract Details Outlined After Contract ExtensionWhat Impact Could Mo Salah's New Contract Have On LFC's Future DealingsRoyal Mint reveals the rarest 50p coins to collectFabio Carvalho UNVEILED as a Liverpool FC Player at AXA Training CentreBlood Red: Pep Lijnders reveals phonecall to Jurgen Klopp about ‘new player’ Kaide GordonLove Island: Gemma calls Billy a 'player'Royal Blue: James Tarkowski Signing Confirmed On Free TransferBlood Red: The Future of Roberto Firmino in Jurgen Klopp's Liverpool SideEverton Provide Bramley Moore Stadium Update | Drone ShotsGangs of youths run riot in 'lawless' area of LiverpoolBlood Red: Julian Ward Role In Mohamed Salah Contract & Transfer DealsRoyal Blue: Richarlison Completes £60m Move As Everton Eye Jesse Lingard The former X Factor star addressed her painful injury on today's edition of Loose Women.

She said: "It was very quick and and over very quickly. READ MORE: This Morning's Holly Willoughby steps in after Miriam Margolyes' explicit remark "I was on tour and we went out for a lovely Chinese meal and I slipped, fell and broke my fibula.

" Brenda revealed her leg was still in a cast and elevated under the desk during her appearance on the ITV programme. However, she said she still hopes to be able to return to the stage to reprise her role as Mama Morton in Chicago.

She said: "Even if they have got to wheel me on, I'm going to try my best. We're talking about it and we'll see.

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