INJURED: Ozzy and Sharon’s daughter, and inveterate Madonna fan Kelly Osbourne, 17, was forced to cancel her upcoming “Tonight Show” appearance, originally scheduled for Friday, reports the New York Post. “Kelly has been doing a lot of traveling the last few weeks and is absolutely exhausted,” family publicist Lisa Vega told the paper. “Plus, she broke her hand falling down some stairs.” A “Tonight Show” rep says Osbourne will be rescheduled. . . . RETURNED: “Witchblade” star Yancy Butler, 31, resumed shooting on the second season of the TNT series Monday following a brief hiatus during which the actress was treated for alcohol abuse at a rehabilitation center, reports Variety. (TNT, like PEOPLE, is part of AOL Time Warner.) Only 6 of the 13 episodes ordered for the season were finished when Butler removed herself from production. . . . SCHEDULED: Onetime No. 1 Nielsen hit “Who Wants to Be a Millionaire,” starring Regis Philbin, 68, will take its final prime-time curtain call on June 27, with a special 90-minute send-off, reports Variety. (A series of “Millionaire” specials are in the works, as well as a syndicated daytime version, not starring Reege.) At its peak, the show, which debuted in 1999, attracted nearly 40 million viewers. Its cancellation is due to low ratings. . . . PREPARED: Ringo Starr, Eric Clapton, Bill Clinton and 300 others are expected at Tuesday’s wedding of Paul McCartney, 59, and Heather Mills, 34, who are to be married at 4 p.m. local time by a priest in St. Salvator’s Church, a modest stone chapel located on the grounds of the 17th-century Castle Leslie in Glaslough, Ireland, reports Reuters.