Bryan Llenas is well-known and loved American television news correspondent on the Fox News Channel.
Llenas is known for covering news regarding mass shootings, terror attacks and natural disasters both locally and internationally.
And he is known as one of the Top 50 Latino voices to follow on Twitter, whereby he has gathered thousands of viewers from all across the country, over the years.
One of the first stories that Bryan has covered is 2014 World Cup in Brazil, the inauguration of Pope Francis in Rome after he joined Fox News.
Bryan and the network haven’t mentioned anything about it. On the other hand, people are sharing screenshots and tweeting to find out what had happened.
Some of them even speculated that the bump looks like subdural hematoma or a contusion. Hematoma is a condition which happens when an injury causes blood to collect under the skin.
Followingly, contusion also known as bruise is a type of injury that occurs when there is a tear on the tiny blood vessels under the surface of the skin.
But with the rumour spreading everywhere, it turns out thatBryan Llenas is in a good health condition.
Although his bruised forehead has concerned people on his latest television appearance.
Llenas hasn’t mentioned anything about him having illness on social media. Likewise, he is also reporting news and has been sharing updates on his social media page.
Bryan was born on Boca Raton, Florida, and he is a graduate of broadcast journalism and political science from University of Miami in the year 2010.
Bryan has also inducted into the Iron Arrow Honor Society. It is the highest honor attained at the University of Miami.
Apart from that, in the year 2017, he won the University of Miami “Communicator of the Year” Award.