Jimmy Fallon injures hand — again — after receiving Harvard Lampoon award

by Ree Hines /  / Updated  / Source: TODAY

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For the second time this year, "Tonight Show" host Jimmy Fallon has suffered a hand injury.

But don't worry! The funnyman is doing just fine now.

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Fallon was in Cambridge, Massachusetts, over the weekend to receive the Harvard Lampoon Elmer Award, but he ended up getting more than he bargained for when he took a tumble following the ceremony.

A video posted to Instagram shows Fallon enjoying the festivities and hoisting a bottle of Jägermeister just before he fell.

He cut his right hand when he landed, but it didn't keep him down for long.

And despite sporting a heavy gauze wrap at the event, Fallon posted a photo to Instagram later showing that his injuries weren't so bad.

"Nothing that a few band aids couldn't fix," he wrote in a caption alongside the pic.

He'll appear on "The Tonight Show," as usual, Monday night.

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In June, the late-night host suffered a far more serious injury to his left hand, when he tripped and nearly lost a finger.

Here's hoping the rest of 2015 is fall-free for Fallon!

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