Don't worry about Madonna, who fell off a horse in the Hamptons over the weekend.
"She's going to be fine. She fell on her butt," her trainer, Tracy Anderson, told Usmagazine.com Monday at Cookie Magazine's Smart Cookie Awards in NYC. "She's fine."
"We're going to train tomorrow," she told Us.
When it comes to working out, "We have our set training," Anderson said. "She's like a professional athlete. She can't mess around with her training. I mean, she has to be able to perform in front of 70,000 people who are sucking the life out of her, and she's singing and dancing. There are no shortcuts when you're training in that way."
Anderson - who also works with Madonna's pal Gwyneth Paltrow - said the singer trains six days a week, "two hours a day, absolutely."
Meanwhile, a photographer denies that he caused Madonna's weekend horsing accident. (Her rep had claimed that the photographer leaped out of some bushes and startled the horse.)
A Southampton Town police report, filed immediately after the accident, also didn't mention anything about paparazzi.
"Isn't it kind of ridiculous that (photographers are) saying that they're not there when there are all of these pictures?" her publicist asked.
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