SiriusXM host of The Morning Mashup, Nicole Ryan, was ‘seriously injured’ after being struck by a vehicle when she was riding a scooter ‘earlier this week,’ reported Entertainment Tonight.
A since-deleted post on the show‘s main Instagram page revealed the shocking news to fans: ‘We’ve rewritten this a hundred times but there’s no easy way to say it.
‘Nicole was seriously injured earlier in the week after being hit by a car while on her scooter.’
The beloved host, 40, who is also mother of two, is currently recovering, ‘in the hospital nursing broken bones and a bruised ego, and will need time to heal before she returns to the Morning Mash Up.’
According to the outlet, the caption continued that in ‘the meantime,’ her other co-hosts, Stanley T and Ryan Sampson ‘will be back live on Monday to hold down the fort until Nicole can come back.’
Shocking: SiriusXM host, Nicole Ryan, 40, was ‘seriously injured’ after being hit by a car while riding her scooter ‘earlier this week’ reported Entertainment Tonight; seen in 2018
Hospitalized: In a since-deleted post on the show’s main Instagram page, the caption stated that the mother of two was ‘in the hospital nursing broken bones and a bruised ego’
Followers and fans of the popular radio show were then encouraged to send their well wishes to the radio personality.
‘Make sure to reach out to Nicole on her social media, we know she’d love to hear from everybody as she recovers. Love from the Hits 1 family.’
An additional message was shared onto the page’s Instagram stories to follow up with the now-deleted post, stating, ‘In case you missed our update, Nicole was injured earlier in the week and will need time to heal before returning to the Mash Up.’
Further details or the exact location where the incident had occurred have not been revealed.
According to People, Nicole’s talent manager, Aimee Berger, also shared a message of her own on the host’s own Instagram stories earlier on Friday to give an update.
She expressed to fans that, ‘All messages are being relayed to her and while I may not be answering all of you directly please know…we love you.’
Her manager further added that, ‘we are uber focused on getting her back to the Nicole Ryan-‘Hey Girlie Hey’-you all love and laugh with in your days.’ Aimee than positively told followers that Ryan is expected to ‘make a full recovery!!’
‘Let this be another reminder of how precious our lives are and those around us and how important it is to take care of the real ones who are [there] front and center through thick and thin.’
Encouragement: Followers and fans of the popular radio show were then encouraged to reach out to Nicole to send their well wishes
Updates: According to People , Nicole’s talent manager, Aimee Berger, also shared a message of her own on the host’s own Instagram stories
Staying positive: The radio personality’s talent manager expressed to fans that Nicole is expected to ‘make a full recovery!!’
Nicole was born in Syracuse, New York and initially went to university to study psychology, but soon pursued her passion to work in the entertainment industry.
According to her own website, The Morning Mashup personality, ‘has continually served up celebrity interviews both fascinating and undeniably fun—a listening experience not unlike tuning into a private confab among close friends.’
She has interviewed a number of stars on the daily talk show for Sirius XM Hits 1, such as Katy Perry, Charlie Puth, Noah Centineo, Taylor Swift, and Marshmello.
‘Ryan’s extraordinary skills as an interviewer reflect the underlying philosophy behind her on-air work: the more relaxed and carefree the conversation, the more easily she’s able to truly connect with her subject.’
Talented trio: Nicole (middle) seen with her The Morning Mashup co-hosts Stanley T (left) and Ryan Sampson (right)
Passionate: She has interviewed a number of stars on the daily talk show for Sirius XM Hits 1, such as Katy Perry, Charlie Puth, Noah Centineo, Taylor Swift, and Marshmello
Earlier in 2018, after growing a devoted fanbase and having success in the radio industry, Nicole then launched her own digital series titled, On-Air Mom.
The show offers, ‘an up-close glimpse into the chronically hectic life she shares with her husband and two young children, revealing all the chaos that comes with being a working mother in the nonstop action of New York City,’ according to a description on her bio.
The beauty is mother to two children, Keegan and Parker, and is currently married to Matt Ryan.
Along with being a part of the SiriusXM family, Nicole has also stepped into the world of television, and has made guest appearances on shows such as Good Morning America and The Wendy Williams Show.
Family support: The radio personality is mother to two children, Keegan and Parker, and is currently married to Matt Ryan