Nick Jonas was taken to a hospital on Saturday night after suffering an injury while filming a new show, according to TMZ.
The outlet shared that the nature of the accident and the severity of the injury have not been disclosed at this time.
A source said that as of Sunday night, Jonas has been taken home “and will appear as scheduled Monday night on ‘The Voice'”.
As highlighted by TMZ, it is unclear what Jonas was filming and why sources were so “secretive” about the shoot.
This article will be updated with more information as it becomes available.
Nick Jonas’ ‘Voice’ Days Are Numbered
Jonas may be present tomorrow night on “The Voice”, but there’s only a handful of episodes left before the singer departs from the show. In his place, Ariana Grande will be joining the upcoming season.
Speaking on “The Kelly Clarkson Show” recently, Jonas said, “I mean, Ariana — as we all know — is one of the best singers in the game and she’s gonna be an incredible coach. I think the only advice I would give is just not to trust any one of you.”
Grande announced she would be joining Season 21 of “The Voice” back in March.
Blake Shelton, similarly, is excited about Grande joining the show, though his welcome has come with its fair share of competition.
Speaking to Hoda Kotb on “Today With Hoda & Jenna”, per ET, Shelton said, “About two days ago, the producers texted us and said it was going to be Ariana,” he shared. “I’m excited about it. I’m a fan of hers. I’m not going to lie, we’re still going to beat the crap out of her, you know, on the show. It’s our job — they pay us to win, Hoda. They don’t pay me to lose.”
As it stands, Shelton is the longest-standing coach and has been there since the very beginning. He joked with Kotb, “I used to look like Ariana when I started the show, and now look at me!”
Major Schedule Change Announced on ‘The Voice’
Last week, NBC announced a major schedule on “The Voice”– the show will air only once a year starting next year. Whereas it typically airs in the spring and fall, it will only air in the fall beginning in 2021. This will mark the first time the show has only aired once a year since 2012.
Speaking to reporters on Friday, per The Hollywood Reporter, Frances Berwick, chairman entertainment networks at NBCUniversal Television and Streaming, said, “We want to eventize this iconic series. The best way to protect the brand while super-serving fans is to produce one amazing cycle this season.”
As pointed out by THR, the network plans on debuting seven new shows in 2022: “AGT: Extreme”, “American Song Contest”, “Home Sweet Home”, “The Wheel”, “LA Fire and Rescue”, and “That’s My Jam.”
“The Voice” will air tomorrow, Monday, May 17, at 8 p.m. Eastern and Pacific times on NBC.
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