Jimmy Fallon Is Drugged And Blessed After Hand Injury

Posted: Jun 27 2015, 3:36am CDT | by , Updated: Jun 27 2015, 4:10am CDT, in Latest Celebrity News


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Jimmy Fallon Tweets After Hand Injury
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  • Jimmy Fallon tells fans he’s drugged and blessed after hand injury!

Jimmy Fallon injured his hand and required a minor surgery, but it didn’t stop him from tweeting to his fans.

Earlier this morning it was reported Jimmy Fallon was going to receive surgery on his hand. Apparently Fallon injured his hand at his home in his Manhattan apartment and required a minor injury. a representative for Fallon revealed the news and assured the Tonight Show host is expected to make a full recovery.

The injury on Fallon’s hand was not serious but it caused the taping of The Tonight Show to be cancelled on Friday night. According to The Tonight Show’ official twitter feed the taping was cancelled due to Fallon’s injury and the previous episode will be aired in the meantime.

In the meantime Jimmy Fallon also proved he has many talents and one of them includes tweeting with one hand only. Fallon also took to his twitter account after the surgery to update his fans on his progress.

However fans of the show were rest assured when it was also tweeted if they had tickets to The Tonight Show then they will be contacted to let them know when the taping has been rescheduled. The Twitter feed also claimed Fallon is doing fine, so at least the favorite funny man will recover.

Fallon tweeted an image of his injured hand all bandaged up saying he was tweeting with one hand. Fallon also explained he got the injury when he tripped and fells but a ring on the right side of a table almost ripped his finger off.

Jimmy Fallon went on to share he feels fine and OK at the moment which might be due to the fact he is on drugs currently but he is especially thankful for the good wishes from all of his fans.

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