Millie Bobby Brown breaks her kneecap, cancels MTV appearance

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The MTV Movies & TV Awards are being taped on June 16, but there's one celeb we won't be seeing on the red carpet.

"I've never actually broken a bone except for now".

In an Instagram video, Brown, who showed off crutches and a knee brace, apologized to fans for missing the big event.

She doesn't mention how she injured it during the video, but a split kneecap just sounds ridiculously painful, so we wish her a speedy recovery!

Millie has had to pull out of attending the MTV Movie & TV Awards on Monday on doctor's orders. I wish you guys the best.

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The 37-year-old reality star and makeup mogul wore her hair in braids while flashing her abs in a sparkling white crop top and skirt for the awards show.

The post comes days after the actress chose to delete her official Twitter accounts due to hateful comments and homophobic memes, some paired with the hashtag "Take Down Millie Bobby Brown". "And I'll be there in spirit".

The account is still active but the last tweet shared was on 13 December.

Online trolls have been taking various selfies and media she's posted on the account and photoshopping them with crude and homophobic captions created to make the star, who is pro-LGBTQ, seem to be violently against homosexuality.

She won the best actor in a show trophy at the 2017 MTV Movie & TV Awards.