Priyanka Chopra gives hilarious instances on how life post-marriage is different for her on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon


Priyanka Chopra has always been one of the most sought-after Bollywood stars. However, now after taking Hollywood by storm through her FBI series Quantico and marrying American singer-actor Nick Jonas last December, Priyanka’s brand equity has risen tenfold. Her Instagram feed is probably one of the most followed and her pictures from her wedding to her life post marriage is giving all of us couple goals. Now, she is back to keeping up with her work commitments and is busy promoting her upcoming film Isn’t It Romantic?

After appearing on The Ellen DeGeneres Show she made an appearance on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon which is her fifth time on the show. During the show, she was expectedly asked ‘How is married life’ and to this PeeCee gave a hilarious reply. She said that it is very different than her single life and unlike her house in NY, Nick’s house in LA is immaculate and super clean. She said, “It is different. It is very different. I lived in NY and Nick lives in LA. So nothing works in my house because I am never there. The coffee machine doesn’t work, the AC makes some sound. The house is cute but nothing works and everything in Nick’s house is immaculate. Like his alarms work, my doorbell doesn’t work. When I went to Nick’s house and I started staying there I was super nervous because when it is super clean and you want to take off your shoes it bothers you, his house is perfect.”

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She also spoke about the instance when her dog Diana peed on Nick’s white carpet and before he could come home and notice she cleaned it all. She said, “My dog peed on his carpet the first time and it is a white carpet and before he came home I went through everything.” She also spoke about taking on Nick’s name after her marriage and now being called Priyanka Chopra Jonas. She said that it does not take away from her identity and she always wanted to do it as she is old school and traditional in that sense.

Watch her talk about it here: