Kelly Ripa Breaks Foot In Dance Class, Says It Sounded Like Bubble Wrap

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Kelly Ripa is always moving, it seems, and dance class is a part of her regular schedule.

However, during a dance class this week, Kelly Ripa bit the floor pretty hard when she tumbled over a hand weight that had been left in the floor.

Kelly Ripa's foot took the brunt of the injury, leaving her in a boot for six weeks.

Kelly Ripa described her injury on Thursday's episode of Live! with Kelly and Michael.

She said, "I was in a dance class which I typically, usually am, and somebody had left a weight on the floor. ...All I know is, I did a jump -- and in my mind I am an incredible dancer as graceful as can be -- and I landed on the weight and my foot went over and under the weight."

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Kelly Ripa then made everyone cringe as she described the noise her foot made as similar to the sound bubble wrap makes.

Eeew. Ouch.

Kelly Ripa went on to say that she didn't call an ambulance, as she wanted to avoid being on the nightly news, so she crawled out of class quietly.

While Kelly Ripa was in torment with a broken foot, her husband, Mark Consuelos, was taking full advantage in her moment of weakness.

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Kelly Ripa shared, "Mark is at the hospital with me and has never in 21 years felt the need to photograph me, videotape me, when I have full hair and makeup."

She added, "But yesterday, he followed me around with a camera, he was never more alive, he loved this moment of suffering."

Oh, my. What a way to end summer!

What did you think of Kelly Ripa's obviously painful but sort of hilarious accident?

Lacy Langley
Lacy is a writer from Texas. She likes spending time in the home office, homeschooling her kids, playing the didgeridoo, caring for her chickens (Thelma and Louise), Rolos, Christmas, and Labyrinth.