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Uma Thurman broke several bones after being thrown off a horse earlier this week in the Caribbean.

A representative for the 46-year-old US actress (left) told People magazine: "Uma was in an equestrian accident. She was training on a young thoroughbred who got spooked."

Media reports said the injured actress was spotted "walking gingerly" into a restaurant in St. Barts. There was no other information as to whether Thurman was riding for a future film project.

Money Game

Five stars of hit TV show Game Of Thrones have been given a pay rise, a hint their characters might survive until the end of Season 8.

Deadline reported that Peter Dinklage, Kit Harington, Lena Headey, Emilia Clarke and Nikolaj Coster-Waldau will all earn over US$500,000 (S$670,000) per episode for Season 7 next year.

Season 6 concludes next week.

Rita Ora breaks down in court

English singer Rita Ora broke down at a court hearing looking into the burglary that took place at her £1.2 million (S$2.4 million) home in north-west London on Nov 28 last year.

The alleged burglar, 26-year-old Charaf Elmoudden, was reported to have taken £200,000 worth of items such as jewellery, clothes and electronics.

The court played the recording of 25-year-old Ora's phone call to the London police during the trial.

She was heard shouting: "Don't ****ing come up these stairs, I will **** you up, you ****ing hear me!"

Earlier this year, Ora's sister Elena picked out Elmoudden at an identity parade.

He claimed he was with his partner during the time and pleaded innocent to all counts of burglary.

Wind of change with Scorpions in S'pore

Legendary German rock band Scorpions will be here for their 50th Anniversary World Tour.

Last here in 2001, they will be performing a career-spanning setlist of their biggest hits at the Suntec Singapore Convention & Exhibition Centre on Oct 21 at 8pm.

Tickets from $98 to $168 will be available from Sistic (6348-5555 and from July 4.

Alternatively, from July 2 to 3, fans can fork out $158 for pre-sale standing room tickets to enjoy priority entry into the concert venue.

"Sometimes I get up in the morning and I just say to myself, nothing non-essential goes in the mouth today because when you have a child you tend to become a human garbage can."

- US TV host Padma Lakshmi on how eating her young daughter's leftovers ruined her diet

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