Adam Sandler‘s daughter Sunny, walked in during his at-home interview with Jimmy Kimmel. She then proceeded to tell Kimmel about her dad’s grooming induced wound.

Sunny, 11, is Sandler’s youngest daughter.

“I wanted to tell you a quick thing about my Sunny. I had a hair coming out of my ear apparently, and Sunny told me about it. And she said I look goofy, so I went and shaved it. I took the razor I usually shave with and I went like this and then I came downstairs and said, ‘How’s that, Sunny?’ And she said, ‘You’re bleeding.’ Tell Jimmy what it looks like back there,” Sandler said.

“So, it’s, like — it’s bloody and then there’s a big gut,” Sunny said, referring to her dad’s ear.

Sandler showed Kimmel the severity of his wound by dabbing it with a paper towel. He showed the camera the blood that came from his ear.

“She says there’s apparently a gut coming off my ear,” Sandler said after Sunny explained his injury.

Later in the interview, Sandler described his time at home during the quarantine.

“I think I’d rather have the — I like it better [to] say no. I like when my wife says, ‘Hey, let’s go somewhere.’ And I go, ‘Nah, I don’t want to do that.’ But I don’t like being told by this pandemic you can’t go anywhere. I like it better, you know, it’s cooler to say no,” Sandler said.

The star added, “The worst thing about this quarantine, it used to be when I snapped in the house I’d get thrown out. My wife would be like, ‘You better go. Get out. You’re acting nuts.’ And I would leave. Now, she’s like, ‘Get the hell out. Hang on, let me get you a mask and gloves.’ And by the time I get the right stuff to leave, she’s like, ‘Alright, just stay. It doesn’t matter, whatever.’”