& # 39; I was hit by a taxi! & # 39; Jessica Origliasso from The Veronicas took ten hours to make stitches after she had her nose open & # 39; on the bone & # 39; so she could film her latest video clip
The identical Australian twins – who make up the popular pop duo The Veronicas – are very passionate when it comes to making music.
And on Wednesday, Jessica Origliasso revealed that she sustained a serious injury while filming the group's newest video clip with rapper Allday in Adelaide this month.
Jessica and Lisa, both 34 years old, told their Instagram followers that Jessica & # 39; had been hit short in the back of a taxi & # 39; shortly before their 10-hour shoot began.
& # 39; I was hit by a taxi! & # 39; Jessica Origliasso (RIGHT) from The Veronicas turned it off to stitch 10 consecutive hours after opening her nose to the bone & # 39; had turned open so that she could film her latest video clip (photo: Lisa and Jessica in their new video clip for restless)
& # 39; What happened here? & # 39; Lisa said as she zoomed in on the face of sister Jessica in the social media video.
& # 39; I was hit in the head, you know, I was hit by a taxi … a taxi bus, & # 39; Jess said, showing a big cut to the bride's nose between her eyes.
& # 39; Very Australian honest, just to be van, hit in the head by the back of a taxi. & # 39;
& # 39; I was hit by my head & # 39 ;: Jessica went on with a 10-hour shoot before the video clip, despite the advice to go to the hospital to get stitches
Ouch! Jessica said the injury occurred by hitting her head with the boot of the taxi as she unpacked the luggage
On Lisa's Instagram, the worried sister let go and said: & # 39;Upon arrival at the video recording location in Adelaide, Jessica grabbed her suitcase at the back of the cabin and the trunk / boot fell between her eyes and SPLIT IT OPEN TO THE BONE. & # 39;
& # 39; Hard performance for Tom (rapper Allday), she decided not to go to the hospital to get stitches, but covered them with makeup and continued shooting for the next 10 hours before she got surgical glue the next day got. & # 39;
The eerie revelation came just a few hours before The Veronicas unveiled the new video clip with the Australian rapper Allday, who was recorded in Adelaide earlier this month.
Did you see it? Jessica & # 39; s injury was seen in the video clip while she covered it with make-up before she used surgical glue
The video, which contains an aesthetic from the & # 39; 90, shows the twins supporting Allday, whose real name is Tomas Henry Gaynor, as he goes through a break.
In one scene, the mark on Jessica & # 39; s head can be seen vaguely when she looks directly into the camera sitting on the couch.
Although the collaboration may seem strange to some of their fans, the twins revealed that their strange link works.
To talk with The Daily Telegraph earlier this month the twins said: & # 39; One of the coolest things that works with Tom is that we all hang around in the session and talk about life and that he types away while we are talking. & # 39;
Unlikely trio: the video, which displays an aesthetic of the 90s, sees the twins that support Allday, whose real name is Tomas Henry Gaynor, as he goes through a breakup
& # 39; He says "I have an idea" and we said, "Oh did you come in with an idea?" and he said "No, I wrote an idea while we were chatting". & # 39;
The hit makers of Think Of Me said that Allday had impressively written his verse in half an hour, while the trio chatted senselessly.
The Australian rapper, 28, appears on the as yet unsigned fourth studio album of The Veronicas and will appear on his new album Starry Night Over The Phone.
Sisters: The Veronica song, Restless, will appear on Allday & # 39; s upcoming album, Starry Night Over The Phone, with the Australian rapper also appearing as the sister's fourth album
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