Kim Kardashian

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It's not quite a Disaster Movie, but it's close.

Kim Kardashian was rushed to the emergency room Sunday night after slicing her foot open on a broken mirror in her New York City hotel.

The reality star, who was making the publicity rounds in the Big Apple for her big-screen acting debut in next Friday's spoof Disaster Movie, sought treatment at New York Presbyterian Hospital.

It's not known how many stitches she received, but Kardashian told ABC's Good Morning America today she bled so much, it was "like a murder scene."

The mishap, however, will not jeopardize her hopes to compete on the upcoming seventh season of the Alphabet net's Dancing With the Stars, which premieres Sept. 22.

The Keeping Up With the Kardashians star was included on the roster of new contestants DWTS host Tom Bergeron unveiled today on GMA alongside R&B singer Toni Braxton, former Wild On and Rock Star host Brooke Burke, celebrity chef Rocco Dispirito, Emmy winner Cloris Leachman, ex-N' Syncer Lance Bass, Sugar Ray frontman Mark McGrath, former Married With Children star Ted McGinley, Olympic beach volleyball gold medal winner Misty May-Treanor and tube legend Susan Lucci of All My Children.

After the lineup was announced, the 27-year-old Kardashian called in and made it clear the injury will not keep her from strutting her stuff.

"I will be able to dance," Kardashian confirmed.

She then elaborated on her bloody mess.

"There was a mirror beneath a little desk and it was all broken...and I used my foot to push it away from the desk," she said. "I went to the hospital and I'm fine."

"If you're gonna hurt your foot, do it on the eve of the announcement," joked Bergeron.

"I wish this didn't happen," added Kardashian, who up until today had been rehearsing her dance moves. "I have to wear heels all day today. You saw my room. It looked like a murder scene!"

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