Jimmy Fallon Taken to Hospital After Reportedly Falling at Harvard

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Host Jimmy Fallon during the monologue of The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon on Sept. 8, 2015.

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, Mass. 

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Fallon went to the emergency room on Oct. 24, The Hollywood Reporter confirmed with a representative from 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."

 

Nothing that a few band aids couldn't fix.

A photo posted by Jimmy Fallon (@jimmyfallon) on

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.  

 

Jimmy Fallin folks! #jimmyfallon #latenightwithjimmyfallon #harvard

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Omg his hands Jimmy please be more careful#JimmyFallon

A photo posted by Jimmy Fallon (@frazyfalpal) on

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.

 

A photo posted by Jimmy Fallon (@jimmyfallon) on

 

Thank you, @harvardlampoon.

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This article originally appeared on THR.com.