British pop star Jessie J fears she will never walk in high heels again after undergoing a bone transplant to fix her broken foot.
The "Price Tag" hitmaker has had her left foot rebuilt by surgeons after falling off a stage platform during a concert rehearsal in June.
The singer insists the agonising injury is the "hardest" challenge she's had to overcome - and worries she'll never be able to wear sky-high stilettos again.
She tells Britain's The Sun, "I've had to have full reconstruction. I've had my bone taken out and someone else's put in. I hope they were a tap dancer.
"I don't know when it's going to be fully healed, or if I will ever be able to wear heels again. I'll have to get an endorsement deal with a trainer (running shoe) company.
"I have days where I sit and cry. It's the hardest thing I've been through. I should have really spent the last three months at home but I couldn't turn down the VMAs (MTV Video Music Awards) and Glastonbury. The doctor keeps telling me to rest but I'm doing another video this week for (pizza take-away store) Domino's."