Debi Mazar is the latest star to join the “Dancing With the Stars” injury bandwagon.
The tough-talking actress tweeted on Wednesday that following the first round of competition for the women, which happened on Tuesday, she had to visit a medical facility.
“After premiere.hospital,” she wrote.
Mazar said she is OK, but she suffered from a “torn muscle in neck to chest.”
Mazar called one of the two dances she performed last night — the fox trot, which she did for just 30 seconds in the relay round — “cruel&sadistic.”
Mazar also posted a photo of herself in a neck brace. Click here to see the photo.
It appears the pain may have set in following the dance as Mazar seemed fine at last night’s post-show interviews. In fact, the only thing she hinted was wrong was some show nerves.
“I was so nervous,” Mazar told Access Hollywood’s “DWTS” correspondent La Toya Jackson. “I’m not a dancer and it was my big moment and the nerves, I think, got the best of me. I was just sort of… trying to like not show my emotion but I’m not good at that. I’m very expressive, but I had really good moments.”