'Dancing with the Stars' Danica McKellar Injured on Set. Will She Be Able to Perform Tomorrow Night?

By Mitch Thorpe, Mstarz writer | Apr 27, 2014 05:17 PM EDT
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Its seems that one of the celebrities on Dancing with the Stars might be cha-chaing her way out the competition soon.

Danica McKellar, star of the Wonder Years, has suffered an injury during rehearsals for the ABC reality competition. While she was preparing a routine for "Latin Night," the actress broke one of her ribs.

She revealed the news to her Twitter follows this past Friday.

"So... I broke a rib in yesterday's #DWTS rehearsal. Trying my best to pull thru and could use your prayers!! #wantokeepdancing," McKellar posted to the social media site.

Val Chemrkovskiy also addressed the incident on his Twitter account, writing "Very Very tough week #very."

The couple has received praises from the judges during the last few weeks of competition; gaining their highest score of a 39/40 on Disney night, where they danced a quickstep to "Be Our Guest" from Beauty and the Beast.

Although the judges usually praise their dances, the pair did however end up in the bottom three last week, along with Candace Cameron Bure and Drew Carey. Ultimately the funny man was eliminated leaving the two ladies safe for another week.

It seems that Danica is putting all her effort into preparing for Monday nights performance, trying her best to stay out of the bottom three again, but it looks like all her rehearsing has left her in worse shape. Hopefully this mishap doesn't keep her from dancing tomorrow night.

Fans will just have to tune in to see if the couple can still perform, when "Latin Night" premieres with Ricky Martin join the roundtable as a guest judge.

The episode will air on Monday at 8 on ABC.

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