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JLS' Aston Merrygold, The Saturdays' Frankie Sandford and Jason Derulo all feature in our round-up of recent celeb injuries.
'It Girl' singer Jason was forced to cancel his entire 'Future History' tour after fracturing his neck during rehearsals. The singer tweeted a picture of himself in a neck brace and apologised to fans, after revealing he injuring himself while practising acrobatics for the tour.
Aston Merrygold revealed in January that he needed physiotherapy to help recover from a recent knee injury. A representative later confirmed the injury was only minor and would not affect JLS's upcoming '4th Dimension' arena tour.
Adele was forced to cancel all of her remaining US and UK tour dates in November last year in order to undergo laser microsurgery in an effort to repair damage to her vocal chords.
The 'We Found Love' singer cancelled two of her 'Loud' tour shows at the start of November after feeling unwell and being hospitalised with exhaustion.
LMFAO cancelled three Canadian shows in December after singer Sky Blue injured his back while attempting to perform the band's trademark 'wiggle', as seen in the music video for their recent single 'Sexy And I Know It'.
Back in 2009 'Baby' singer Justin fractured his foot after tripping over on stage while supporting country pop singer Taylor Swift on her UK tour.
One Direction escaped with only minor injuries in early January after they were involved in car accident near Birmingham during their 'Up All Night' UK tour. The five boys vowed to continue their journey and performed later the same night in Plymouth.
The Saturdays' singer Frankie joked that she and JLS star Aston make a great pair after she injured herself during a recent snowboarding trip. The 'All Fired Up' singer is seeking help from a chiropractor after tweeting that she was almost unable to walk.
Cheryl Cole pulled out of her comeback gig in November after falling ill with pharyngitis. The '3 Words' singer was forced to cancel a scheduled duet with Gary Barlow for the Take That singer's children's charity gig in Manchester.
Back in October Will.i.am revealed that he had badly injured himself while filming the music video for his current single 'T.H.E. (The Hardest Ever), which also features Jennifer Lopez and Mick Jagger.
Jessie J suffered a broken foot last summer, but that didn't stop her performing at Capital FM's Summertime Ball at London's Wembley Stadium.