‘Tonight Show’ Host Jimmy Fallon Injures Hand Again After Fall At Harvard

26 Oct 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

Jimmy Fallon Falls, Injures Hand During Harvard Lampoon Award Celebration.

The Tonight Show host, 41, was being honored by the Harvard Lampoon, the university’s celebrated humor magazine, when he tripped over a girl kneeling in front of him. Fallon tweeted a picture on Sunday of his hand with a couple small bandages on his fingers, writing that it was “nothing a few band aids couldn’t fix.” The Saturday Night Live alum needed to have a vein taken from his foot over the summer to repair the injured finger on his left hand. Earlier Saturday, Fallon paraded through the streets of Harvard Square as the “Emperor of Comedy” while receiving the Harvard Lampoon’s Elmer Award for Excellence in Humor. The Harvard Crimson also reports a number of smaller prizes were bestowed on Fallon, including a check for 85 cents. “I could get a sugar packet at Starbucks.

Please don’t tell them — but I’m actually honored.” Elsewhere, he posted a selfie atop his parade chariot and a snap of the medal. “Thank you, @harvardlampoon,” he wrote.

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