Sarah Harding Withdraws From Channel Four’s ‘The Jump’ | TV News
And another goes, another one bites the dust. At least for Sarah Harding anyway, the Girls Aloud star announcing her withdrawal from Channel 4’s winter sports show The Jump due to a ruptured leg ligament.
This reinforces the show as one of the most dangerous show on television, earlier this month the TV channel launched a safety review after just two episodes had been broadcast, after a training accident led to Beth Tweddle having surgery to fuse fractured vertebrae in her back, back together. Harding’s departure is also on top of Rebecca Adlington’s withdrawal on medical advice following a shoulder injury.
I don’t know about Queen, but it seems there are more to bite the dust on the slopes of The Jump.
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