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Posted at 11:50 AM ET, 12/27/2010

Hugh Jackman hit in groin with cricket ball [Video]

By Liz Kelly

Fresh from him zipline crash into Oprah's Sydney, Australia set Hugh Jackman took a direct hit to the groin from a cricket ball on Sunday, as seen on Australian TV:

Jackman apparently took the field during a commercial break to have a bit of fun when Australian team member Shane Warne lobbed the unfortunate shot. According to Jam! Showbiz, Jackman was able to laugh off the injury:

Jackman said, "I didn't pick it,' while Warne cheekily replied, "Don't rub 'em, count 'em."

Good advice. We're also thinking maybe Wolverine should take a break from stunts until his astrological chart -- which is clearly in some kind of disarray -- clears up.

Oh, and in case you missed it, here's Jackman ziplining into Oprah's set earlier this month:

Update: Per Us Weekly, not only is Shane Warne lethal on a cricket court, he's also apparently the very player recently linked to Elizabeth Hurley. -- 2:45 p.m. ET

By Liz Kelly  | December 27, 2010; 11:50 AM ET
Categories:  Celebrities, Viral Video  | Tags:  Hugh Jackman  
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Comments


I think there's some kind of a message going to Jackman that he's not getting.

Lay low, stay away from ... everything.

Posted by: lindalovejones | December 27, 2010 3:11 PM | Report abuse

so what? Lay low, stay away from ... everything. My boyfriend thinks the same as I do. He is eight years older than me, lol. We met online at agegaplove``.com a nice and free place for younger women and older men, or older women and younger men, to interact with each other. Maybe you wanna check out or tell your friends.

Posted by: sasago | December 28, 2010 3:14 AM | Report abuse

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