London Lite Monday, 13 July 2009 13 VISITORS GET CUTS AND ROPE BURNS IN ADULT PLAYGROUNDSound&Lite 1 (1) The Essential -- Michael Jackson 2 (-) Lungs -- Florence And The Machine 3 (10) Off The Wall -- Michael Jackson 4 (6) Thriller -- Michael Jackson 5 (82) The Motown Years -- Michael Jackson And The Jackson 5 6 (2) La Roux -- La Roux 7 (3) Number Ones -- Michael Jackson 8 (-) Evacuate The Dancefloor -- Cascada 9 (18) Thriller 25 -- Michael Jackson 10 (8) The Fame -- Lady GaGa Source: The Official UK Charts Company POST YOUR iBLOG REVIEWS AT thisislondon.co.uk/lite TOP 10 SINGLES 1 (1) Evacuate The Dancefloor -- Cascada 2 (3) Bulletproof -- La Roux 3 (2) Man In The Mirror -- Michael Jackson 4 (5) Paparazzi -- Lady GaGa 5 (4) When Love Takes Over -- David Guetta feat Kelly Rowland 6 (-) Diamond Rings -- Chipmunk feat Emeli Sande 7 (6) Boom Boom Pow -- Black Eyed Peas 8 (8) Knock You Down -- Keri Hilson/Kanye West/Ne-Yo 9 (7) Release Me -- Agnes 10 (39) I Gotta Feeling -- Black Eyed Peas TOP 10 ALBUMS BEAT AGAIN JLS THE X FACTOR runners-up release their joyfully catchy debut single today. Its guaranteed to put a smile on your face despite being about a break up and containing lyrics like: I need you back in my arms, I need love CPR. LAUREN PAXMAN Single of the week Blonde Amys in a black mood SEE PAGE NINE TWO women have been hurt byfalling into Tate Moderns latestinstallation --a crack in the floor.At 548feet long, up to three feet deep and10inches wide, it zigzags the length of theTurbine Hall and has been described as ahighly original work of art.But two visitors have already paid the price forfailing to heed warning signs. And a buildersaid if he had been responsible for the crack hewould be sued for health and safety breaches.One observer said: Instead of art imitatinglife, here its threatening life. It is the work of Continued on Page 5 BY GEORGINA LITTLEJOHN INSIDE PLUS Crackers! SEE PAGE THREE SEE PAGE FOUR ALL BLACK STAR HELD BY POLICE 24 STAR KIEFER JAILED 48 DAYS PRINTEDWITHINKTHAT WONT COMEOFFONYOURHANDS ENTERTAININGTHE WORLDWhether you like rock or rap, classical or jazz, dance or tennis...Experience the magic of the Royal Albert Hall Box Office: 0845 401 5016www.royalalberthall.com/events WEDNESDAY, 10 OCTOBER 2007 TwovisitorsfallintoTate Moderns300,000trench SEE PAGE 11 Mind the gap: a Tate staff member inspects the controversial work WHY KATE COULD NOT HAVE DONE IT WHY KATE COULD NOT HAVE DONE IT 23hurt at Tate artshow A REVIVAL of an art exhibition which closed in the Seventies after visitors hurt themselves has seen 23 more injured in London. Robert Morriss Bodyspacemotionthings event, which includes a see-saw, tight- ropes and concrete hoops for the public to use, closed just four days after opening nearly 40 years ago when people suffered cuts, bruises and bumps. It was relaunched this summer at Tate Modern amid tight health and safety procedures. But according to records released under the Freedom of Information Act, 23 visitors needed first aid during the artworks first week. They included a two-year-old girl who was taken to hospital after hitting her head, and two boys, aged 11 and seven, who went to hospital with a crushed finger and a grazed forehead. Others suffered a cut leg, a rope burn, bruised ribs and a bruised shoulder before the relaunched exhibit closed last month. It came less than two years after two visitors to the gallery suffered minor injuries falling into a 167 metre-long crack installation in 2007. Today a Tate spokeswoman said the Morris exhibition was tested before it opened, procedures were in place to minimise danger and visitors were informed about caring for their health and safety. Recreating this installa- tion represents a landmark in the Tates history, she added. BY BO WILSON Getting to grips with art: the exhibit featured climbing ropes and a see-saw Mishap: Lite reported crack fiasco index.html2.html3.html4.html5.html6.html7.html8.html9.html10.html11.html12.html13.html14.html15.html16.html17.html18.html19.html20.html21.html22.html23.html24.html25.html26.html27.html28.html29.html30.html31.html32.html33.html34.html35.html36.html37.html38.html39.html