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INJURED: Christina Applegate will be taking a break from Sweet Charity for a while. The former Married ?With Children sitcom star broke her foot Friday during a performance in Chicago of the musical stage show that's headed for Broadway, the Associated Press reports. Applegate was injured at the show's outset, but continued to perform for 20 minutes before an understudy took over for her. She will be sidelined as the show plays in Boston, but is expected to return by the time show makes its way to Broadway for an opening at the Al Hirschfeld Theatre on April 21.
RECOVERING: Former President Bill Clinton was still in the hospital Sunday, following an operation Thursday to remove scar tissue and fluid that had built up after his heart bypass surgery last year, AP reports. Clinton remained at New York-Presbyterian Hospital/Columbia University Medical Center, where his stay was expected to last for up to 10 days.
OWED: Former Survivor champ Richard Hatch says he thought CBS had paid the taxes on the $1 million prize he received after winning the debut season of the reality TV show, Reuters reports. Just a week after backing out of a deal with prosecutors to plead guilty to tax fraud, in radio and TV interviews Hatch's attorney said the show was responsible for paying the IRS on his client's earnings. But a spokesman for CBS said Hatch was well aware of his financial obligations. Hatch has been charged with tax evasion and faces a maximum of 10 years in prison and a $500,000 fine if found guilty.
CRITICIZED: People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals has set up a Web site criticizing Jennifer Lopez's Sweetface collection, which the singer-actress unveiled at New York Fashion Week in February, AP reports. On the site, PETA urges people not to support J.Lo's collection, which the group says uses fur from animals that "are skinned alive." The animal-rights organization says that other designers have turned to synthetic alternatives for fur. Representatives for Lopez have not yet responded to the allegations.
TUMBLED: Prince William hit the ground after falling from his horse during a charity polo match Saturday, AP reports. William and his brother, Prince Harry, were competing in a match to raise money for the victims of the Asian tsunami when William slipped from his horse and fell to the ground. He was not injured and quickly remounted and continued to play.
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