Jimmy Fallon suffered another injury over the weekend, this time to his right hand.
The “Tonight Show” host, who traveled to Boston on Saturday to receive Harvard University’s Lampoon award, took a tumble and mildly injured his right hand, just four months after he almost lost a finger on his left hand.
Fallon was holding a bottle of Jaegermeister when he fell and cut himself, according to People, and made a brief trip to Massachusetts General Hospital after.
Not to worry, though: the comedian posted a photo of his bandaged hand on his Instagram page Sunday morning, along with the caption, “nothing that a few band aids couldn’t fix.”
One attendee seemed to capture the incident on video, showing Fallon taking a hard fall in the middle of a crowd.
Saturday’s injury is notably less severe than the one Fallon suffered in June, which forced NBC to scrap a taping of “The Tonight Show.” Fallon said he injured his hand then when he fell and his ring got caught on the edge of a table. His left hand remains bandaged.
And in August, the “Tonight Show” host chipped his tooth after trying to open a bottle of medication for his finger.
Fallon, 41, was honored with the Elmer Award for Excellence in Humor in a celebration that ended with a parade through Harvard Square. He reportedly returned to the celebration later that night.