The Circle's Ella May rushed to hospital in a neck brace after dramatic climbing accident

THE Circle's Ella May was rushed to hospital in a neck brace after a dramatic climbing accident.

Ella, who starred in the Emma Willis fronted reality show last year, revealed her ordeal on Instagram in a series of videos where she told fans she'd broken FOUR bones in her back.

Ella, 24, was able to use her phone as she recovered in hospital and documented the incident after she tumbled off a concrete wall.

She said she was pumped full of morphine to help with the pain after climbing a 4.5 metre high wall in adidas sliders, which she admitted "was a very bad idea".

In one photo she shared, Ella was seen lying on a stretcher without her adidas sliders, as her head was secured in a tight brace.

In another, the injured star appeared drowsy but was awake and inside an ambulance as she sucked on gas and air.



Ella wrote over her photos: "In conclusion, do not climb 4.5m tall breeze block pyramids in adidas sliders for a free lunch …

"Broke 4 bones in my back and morphined up af …

"This will be my content now for the next few weeks."

And pointing out her hospital attire, she joked: "Look at this stunning gown straight from the Milan runway … hair on fleek"

Ella went into The Circle as herself and quickly became one of the most popular contestants there.

She made it to the final six with Paddy finally winning the second series that aired last October.

Players on The Circle can compete as themselves or an alter-ego, communicating via an internet chat service they have in the block of flats they all live in.

Voice of an angel 👼🏼💖 We’re so proud of our girl – last nights blocking can’t have been easy !! THANK YOU to everyone for all the support ! 🙌🏻 • @c4thecircle ⭕️ 10pm tonight • #thecircle #channel4 #teamella #bobdylan #adele #makeyoufeelmylove #singer

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Emma Willis has proved a big hit presenting the The Circle after Celebrity Big Brother ended.

Emma replaced Maya Jama and Alice Levine who hosted the first series.

The Channel 4 show will return later this year but with no studio audience due to Coronavirus safety measures.

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