Oklahoma native Broadway star reveals anatomical anomaly in book

Broken Arrow's Broadway star Kristin Chenoweth has it all: a Tony Award, an Emmy nomination and a vagina that predicts the weather.

In her new memoir, "A Little Bit Wicked: Life, Love, and Faith in Stages," the "Pushing Daisies" star recounts the time at Opryland when an attempt at doing the splits ended painfully and she "ended up doing the pubic-bone-gravity-wooden-floor combination instead," she writes.

"The official diagnosis was a fractured coccyx," Chenoweth writes, "I also pulled a hammy, but that was hardly noticeable, due to the profound agony radiating from the center of my poor little Georgia O'Keeffe."

However, there's an upside to breaking the bone: She now sports "Wicked" woman parts with uncanny meteorological powers.

Or, as the actress puts it, "The lasting legacy of the Cooter Smash is that I'm the first to know when it's going to rain. That's right. I both sing and predict the weather with my hoo hoo."

Chenoweth was in town a couple of days ago to sign the book.

  • or