It's over before it's even really begun for actress Kristin Chenoweth, after the actress was forced to leave hit Us Tv drama 'The Good Wife' following injuries sustained during an accident on set. A renowned Broadway actress, having won a Tony award in 1999 for her role in 'You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown', as well as a recognised television face, there was much excitement when it was announced by CBS that she'd be joining the cast for the fourth season of their hit drama.
Chenoweth will appear in some episodes of the forthcoming series, but unfortunately she's had to curtail her time on set, according to the Bbc. Last month, whilst filming, the actress was hit on the head by lighting equipment after a gust of wind apparently caused them to collapse. She was rushed to hospital having been put in a neck brace, and unfortunately the injuries sustained haven't recovered quickly enough for her to resume her place on the show.
In a statement, Chenoweth said "It is with deep regret I inform everyone that due to my injuries I am unable to return to The Good Wife at this time. [I'm] getting better slowly and thank you everyone for your concern" she added. It remains to be seen how much of the filming they'd actually managed to do with her involved.