Jimmy Fallon taken to hospital after reportedly falling at Harvard
Jimmy Fallon has injured his hand, again. People reported the late night talk show host tripped and fell, hurting his right hand, after being honored by the Harvard Lampoon at Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
Fallon went to the emergency room on Oct. 24, The Hollywood Reporter confirmed with a representative from the Massachusetts General Hospital. He left the ER that same day.
The humor magazine honored Fallon, 41, with the Elmer Award for Excellence in Humor. The ceremony concluded with a parade through Harvard Square in a Roman Chariot.
Fallon indicated that the injury was not too serious. He posted an Instagram photo of his right hand on Sunday with the caption: "Nothing that a few band aids couldn't fix."
An Instagram video from a guest at the event shows Fallon falling during the ceremony. Fallon's right hand is shown bandaged in another Instagram photo.
Fallon is still recovering from injuring his left hand this past June after tripping and falling. A representative for Fallon did not immediately return THR's request for comment.
See pictures from the Harvard Lampoon celebration below.
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