Poor Tom Fletcher has been hurt while attending a rugby training session with the Saracens. Tom, and his band mates Dougie Poynter, Harry Judd and Danny Jones went along to the London club for a fun day out, but unlucky Tom got tackled by professional rugby player Jackson Wray and busted up his shoulder.
Jackson said to The Sun: "The McFly boys really got stuck in and we were really impressed. They took quite a few big hits and didn't complain once. I hope Tom gets better soon."
Tom let all his fans know he was still alive by tweeting: "One of the rugby guys absolutely f***** my shoulder. Can't play guitar today! It even hurts when I tweet!?
"Physio says partial dislocation. Got some exercises to do over the next 48hrs although I'd say taking my tshirt off was enough exercise!?"
We hope Tom gets recovers quickly and if he wants help taking his clothes off, we are here for him.
Janet is apparently in early talks with Simon Cowell to join the next series of the X Factor USA as a judge. There are at least two spaces up for grabs on the panel after Paula Abdul and Nicole Scherzinger were let go. Simon is said to be holding meetings with potential replacements all this week.
Janet’s definitely got the pop credentials to be a judge; she’s sold over 26 million albums in the US alone. She was quizzed about the potential of being a judge on the show Anderson but made a point of dodging the question, which has only fuelled the speculation further.
What do you think? Would Janet make a good judge?
Ellie is now going out with multi-award winning (he won three Grammys on Sunday) dubstep producer Skrillex, real name Sonny Moore.
Ellie has been actually going with Skrillex for a while now but they kept the relationship secret to avoid her ex Radio 1 DJ, Greg James getting hurt.
A source told the Sun: "Ellie and Skrillex are fans of each other's music and met at the end of last year. They hung out in the studio as Ellie was featuring on his EP Bangarang and they got on really well.
"It has blossomed into something more than friendship, but it is still early days."