Off-Broadway's Sleep No More welcomes plenty of celebrity visitors to its 1930s-inspired performance space. However, after a recent accident, one star probably won't be raving about her trip to the Macbeth-inspired show. Kelly Osbourne fell while attending a performance in September and suffered a black eye, according to the New York Post's Page Six.
"Kelly was knocked over by somebody in a mask during the show, and hit her face," a source told the newspaper. "She was visibly upset and said her face was black and blue and she was in a lot of pain."
Audiences at Sleep No More are required to wear Venetian masks and are free to investigate the five-story performance space as they please, while the actors roam around performing different scenes.
Osbourne can't seem to catch a break. The stage vet (she performed in Chicago in the West End) ended up in a Miami hospital with a concussion last weekend after slipping on the dance floor at a nightclub. Nevertheless, the singer seems to be in good spirits: She took to her Twitter account to say, "I just want to thank all the incredible doctors and nurses at Mercy hospital in Miami for taking such good care of me. You guys are really amazing!"