It looks like Homeland is pressing pause on production for its sixth season! It turns out Rupert Friend recently broke his ankle, and the Showtime series is taking a break from filming while he recovers.
On Saturday, the actor dished to Deadline that he wasn't working when he became injured, but that the fracture was caused, in part, by issues he had while shooting seasons 4 and 5.
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Apparently, when the 34-year-old rolled his ankle back then, it weakened his ligaments, which made him more prone to this injury.
But, executive producer Lesli Linka Glatter is working on rescheduling scenes, so she can still shoot some scenes around the UK native's absence.
The Pride and Prejudice alum is grateful that the cast and crew have been so flexible regarding his injury, saying:
When life gives you lemons… throw them at Vicki.
Shannon Beador is pretty much the sole sensible person left on Real Housewives of Orange County nowadays as she's the only one really holding Icki Vicki Gunvalson accountable for her cancer lie(s).
Fortunately for fans who prefer the OC MVP over the OC OG, Shannon's hatred for all things Vicki even extends to new injuries for her to be potentially lying about!
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As you've probably seen, Vicki, Tamra Judge, Heather Dubrow, and Kelly Dodd were all involved in a dune buggy accident during last Monday's installment.
While Tamra and Vicki were airlifted to nearby hospitals, Heather and Kelly were suspiciously fine… despite the fact that the newest 'wife was clearly injured the worst when her helmet fell off!
Thankfully, Shannon is just as suspect over Vicki's latest health crisis as we are — and even lets Meghan King Edmonds know about her second-guessing in a teaser for TONIGHT's all-new episode!
Ch-ch-check out a sneak peek of RHOC before it airs Monday, September 12 at 9 p.m. EST on Bravo (below)!!!
This was so much scarier than the trailers made it seem!
Real Housewives of Orange County may have a history of stretching the truth when it comes to its cast's health… but there's no denying the ladies' latest injuries.
That's because after weeks of teasing the shocking moment, Vicki Gunvalson, Tamra Judge, Heather Dubrow, and Kelly Dodd finally got into their super serious dune buggy accident on the show!
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2/3 of the gang traveled up to Glamis, California for Eddie Judge's birthday during Monday night's all-new RHOC when Tamra accidentally flipped the buggy she was driving on a sand dune!
We're just glad Meghan King Edmonds and Shannon Beador listened to their guts — aka: their shared hatred for Vicki and Kelly — and opted not to go on the trip!
Everyone ended up being safe despite Vicki and Tamra's hospitalizations… but all we're saying is Kelly's the one who's helmet flew off, yet she was still okay enough to help her older castmate.
Stay safe out there, everyone.
Ch-ch-check out the terrifying RHOC highlight (below)!!!
Steve-O has dedicated his life to putting his body through dangerous and disgusting (usually both) situations, but even the professional Jackass doesn't always land on his feet.
But while performing a stunt on Sunday, the TV personality landed on his feet a bit too hard — and injured BOTH his legs after a nasty fall!
The 42-year-old revealed that he broke his right ankle in three places and his left heel while attempting to jump off a wooden structure on a skateboard in San Diego.
The stunt was recorded by Tony Hawk, who shared the clip on Instagram showing what just went wrong.
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The clip starts with Steve-O standing with his skateboard on top of a wooden porta potty, when a red car suddenly plows through the structure at high speed, leaving the MTV star up in the air.
The stunt performer tried the jump multiple times, and on the third attempt landed badly on his right ankle as he screamed in pain — also striking his left heel on the ground and spraining his wrist: