Chalk up another "Dancing With the Stars" injury – but this one doesn't appear to be putting a "Star's" run in jeopardy.
Steve Wozniak, the co-founder of Apple computers, has been hampered by a pulled hamstring, Access Hollywoodhas learned. However, the injury is not expected to keep The Woz off the dance floor on Monday night.
"Steve Wozniak pulled his hamstring but is expected to perform tonight," a rep for the ABC reality show told Access on Monday morning.
Unfortunately for Wozniak, who is partnered with professional dancer Karina Smirnoff, this is not the first injury he's suffered since the beginning of the "Dancing" season.
"If the pain gets worse than before, I'm going to do the right thing," Wozniak, who was wearing a boot for support on his left foot, noted at the time.
The injuries have been piling up for this year's crop of "Stars." Prior to the season premiere, Access Hollywood'sNancy O'Dell and singer Jewel were forced out of the competition due to injuries.
In addition, "Sex and The City" heartthrob Gilles Marini suffered a separated shoulder earlier this season and "Jackass" dare devil Steve-O missed last week's performance show after aggravating a back injury during rehearsal.
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