Faulkner Insures Wrist
Guitar strumming singer Newton Faulkner has insured his wrist for $2.25 million (£1.5 million) after breaking his arm in a freak accident.
The Dream Catch Me songwriter was terrified he would never be able to play the guitar again after snapping his bone in a fall in December (08).
Doctors implanted a metal plate into his arm - and now the star is taking extra precautions for his musical future by taking out the insurance policy.
Bosses at his record label Sony BMG have also banned the rocker from playing any sports to prevent him from suffering any more injuries.