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Bono's injured arm scratches U2's weeklong residency on Fallon's Tonight Show

It doesn't seem to be Bono's week. A few days after the cargo door on Bono's Learjet came off while the singer and some friends were flying over Germany, U2's frontman "injured his arm in a cycling spill in Central Park and requires some surgery to repair it," the rest of the band wrote on U2's website Sunday.

Bono's arm injury throws a wrench in the band's plan for a weeklong residency on The Tonight Show, scheduled to start Monday. Being Jimmy Fallon's house band isn't off, just postponed, U2 said. Good news for all those people who sent in videos of themselves lip-syncing to "The Miracle (Of Joey Ramone)."