Nick Jonas hospitalised after suffering injury while filming for new show

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Nick Jonas was hospitalised while filming for a new television show on Saturday evening.

The 28 year old singer and actor is now said to be recovering in the comfort of his own home after being rushed to the hospital following the scary incident, TMZ reported.

Sources have not disclosed the exact nature of the accident, but it was serious enough for the Jonas Brother to receive professional medical attention.

However, the This Is Heaven hitmaker's fans need not worry as he is still expected to appear on Monday night's episode of the competitive singing series, The Voice.


Nick is also expected to take on his hosting gig at the 2021 Billboard Music Awards on Sunday, May 23rd.

OK! has contacted a representative for Nick for further comment.

This isn't the first time Nick has injured himself, after hurting his hand in 2018 during a post-show workout in Mexico.

Meanwhile, Nick recently confessed that he found his status as a sex symbol "embarrassing".

"I just learn to laugh about it and think about the fact that my parents are probably reading some of the comments.

'It's not something I wear as a badge of honour. I tend to try to not think about it, because it would make me feel a little embarrassed," he told GQ Hype.

On the personal front, Nick is loved-up with his wife Priyanka Chopra, who he married in 2018.

The star proposed to the Bollywood sensation on her birthday earlier in the year following a two-month whirlwind romance.

Priyanka and Nick's multi-day nuptials became the wedding event of the year, with traditional Hindi and Christian events taking place at Umaid Bhawan Palace in Jodhpur, India.

Former Miss World Priyanka has become a huge name in Hollywood following her celebrated career in the Indian film industry.

Priyanka opened about her mental health, body image and self-care in a recent interview with Yahoo Life.

She said: "My body has changed as I've gotten older, just as everyone's body does, and I've had to adapt mentally as well with like, 'OK, this is what it looks like now, this is what I look like now, it's alright'.

"I think that that's very crucial, and I feel like that really takes finding a sense of confidence in what you bring to the table outside of what you look like."

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