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Denise Drysdale is STILL recovering from Holey Moley accident after falling down on set

Denise Drysdale says she’s STILL recovering from a broken shoulder – three months after suffering a serious accident on the set of Holey Moley

Denise Drysdale has updated fans on her health, three months after fracturing her shoulder on the set of Channel Seven’s golfing game show Holey Moley.

The comedian, 72, revealed on Studio 10 on Thursday she was still recovering from her injuries, but said she wasn’t in pain anymore.

‘I had a bit of an accident. I fractured my shoulder and then sat for three months, I couldn’t do anything, she explained.

‘The hand hasn’t come back yet’: Denise Drysdale, 72, revealed on Thursday she was still recovering from a broken shoulder, three months after falling over on the set of Holey Moley 

‘The hand hasn’t come back yet,’ the TV veteran chuckled, as she lifted up her left hand and made a claw movement. 

Studio 10 host Sarah Harris offered a concerned sigh, asking Denise: ‘Are you in pain?’

‘No… pain is no stranger anyway!’ she joked in response.

'I just feel so foolish': While Denise did not reveal how she'd actually injured herself, the TV veteran did admit she felt very embarrassed by the accident

‘I just feel so foolish’: While Denise did not reveal how she’d actually injured herself, the TV veteran did admit she felt very embarrassed by the accident

While Denise did not reveal how she’d actually injured herself, she did admit she felt very embarrassed by the accident.

‘I just feel so foolish… it’s the first time it’s happened though,’ she insisted.  

Denise has so far refused to publicly discuss the particulars of her on-set accident.

Hospital: In October, Denise supplied Studio 10 with this photo of herself recovering from her shoulder injury in hospital, but gave little information about what had actually happened

Hospital: In October, Denise supplied Studio 10 with this photo of herself recovering from her shoulder injury in hospital, but gave little information about what had actually happened

In October, Denise told Studio 10 she had been put ‘in a situation where she shouldn’t have been’ when she fell over and injured herself.

‘I wasn’t playing silly buggers. It was 3.30 in the morning and a segment I was doing shouldn’t have even been considered,’ she said. 

‘I did it, and I shouldn’t have. I’ve learned a terrible lesson to learn at my age, but it has changed my thinking – again!’

Mystery: A few months ago, Denise said she'd been put 'in a situation where she shouldn't have been' when she fell over and injured herself. Pictured: Holey Moley commentators Matt Shirvington and Rob Riggle

Mystery: A few months ago, Denise said she’d been put ‘in a situation where she shouldn’t have been’ when she fell over and injured herself. Pictured: Holey Moley commentators Matt Shirvington and Rob Riggle

Meanwhile, TV Blackbox host Rob McKnight speculated in October that Denise had been performing her signature ‘chicken dance’ when she fell over. 

‘[Denise] was playing up to the crowd and performing her infamous chicken dance on a flat part of the course,’ he claimed. 

Mr McKnight later retracted this statement and admitted he had been given the wrong information.

Taking a tumble: TV Blackbox host Rob McKnight speculated in October that Denise had been performing her signature 'chicken dance' when she fell over. He later retracted this statement

Taking a tumble: TV Blackbox host Rob McKnight speculated in October that Denise had been performing her signature ‘chicken dance’ when she fell over. He later retracted this statement

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