Singer-actor Nick Jonas hospitalised after suffering injury on set


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Nick Jonas is currently in his second season on 'The Voice'. Photo: Nick Jonas/Instagram

Nick Jonas was reportedly hospitalised after suffering an injury on the set of a TV show over the weekend.

The pop star and actor sustained the injury Saturday (May 15) night and had returned home by Sunday, TMZ reported.

The nature of Jonas’ injury has not been released, nor has the name of the series that the Close singer was working on at the time.

On Monday (May 17) Jonas took part on The Voice, the reality singing competition series that he’s a coach on.

Jonas, 28, rose to fame as a member of the wildly popular Jonas Brothers boy band of siblings, and has also enjoyed success as a solo artiste with songs such as Chains and Jealous.

His movie credits include roles in the Jumanji adventure comedies and in the sci-fi thriller Chaos Walking, which premiered earlier this year.

He is currently in his second season on The Voice, and will be replaced on the coaching panel next season by fellow pop star Ariana Grande.

Jonas has not publicly commented on the reported injury on set. – New York Daily News/Tribune News Service

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