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Pete Davidson 'leaving Saturday Night Live' as final appearance expected to 'air this weekend'

Pete Davidson is reportedly “leaving Saturday Night Live” after eight years on the show. According to sources, the comedian’s final appearance on the hit show is expected to air over this weekend when season 47 comes to a close. It comes days after Pete, 28, graced the stage at NBCUniversal’s upfront presentation to introduce his new Peacock comedy, Bupkis.

Bupkis is “a heightened, fictionalised version of Pete’s real life,” according to Variety. Pete joined the cast of Saturday Night Live as a 20 year old and, according to reportsm this weekend’s episode with actress Natasha Lyonne hosting will be his last. Most notably, Pete has been in the limelight recently thanks to his romance with Kim Kardashian.

And it seems that the comedian could be making their relationship the centre of a Netflix comedy. He is said to be gearing up to release his comedy special on Netflix, where he is expected to divulge details of his relationship with Kim that is slated for release on June 13, Mail Online have reported. Kim, 41, met Pete on the show when she made her hosting debut last year and since then romance rumours swirled around the couple.

During her appearance on the show the pair acted out a skit dressed as Aladdin and Jasmine from the Disney classic, and things got a little heated as they ended the skit by sharing a kiss. In November 2021 the pair seemed to confirm the dating rumours with an Instagram snap of them donning matching pyjamas from the reality star’s SKIMS collection. Since then the relationship has continued to blossom gradually, with Pete even escorting Kim to the MET Gala earlier in May.

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Pete Davidson is reportedly “leaving Saturday Night Live” after eight years on the show. According to sources, the comedian’s final appearance on the hit show is expected to air over this weekend when season 47 comes to a close. It comes days after Pete, 28, graced the stage at NBCUniversal’s upfront presentation to introduce his new Peacock comedy, Bupkis.
Pete Davidson is set to leave Saturday Night Live at the end of the current season, it has been reported.The show’s 47th season comes to a close tonight (May 21) with musical guest Japanese Breakfast alongside Russian Doll and Orange Is The New Black star Natasha Lyonne as host.According to reports in Variety and The Hollywood Reporter, the show will be Davidson’s last on the show after seven seasons in the job.The reports also state that fellow cast members Aidy Bryant, Kate McKinnon and Kyle Mooney are also set to leave the show after tonight’s episode.The news comes after Davidson remarked in 2021 that he was “ready to hang up the jersey” with regards to his stint on SNL.Representatives for SNL network NBC have not commented on the matter or confirmed the departures.After his apparent SNL exit, Davidson is set to appear alongside Myha’la Herrold (Industry), Lee Pace (Guardians Of The Galaxy), Rachel Sennott (Shiva Baby) and Chase Sui Wonders (Generation) in comedy horror film Bodies Bodies Bodies.Directed by Halina Reijn, Bodies Bodies Bodies sees Sophie (Amandla Stenberg) host a house party to introduce her girlfriend Bee (Maria Bakalova) to her group of friends. As they play a murder-in-the-dark game which ends in a real-life murder, the group have to investigate who is responsible.Other forthcoming projects for the star include a role in romantic comedy Meet Cute opposite Kaley Cuoco, while Davidson is also set to play a fictionalised version of himself in the comedy series Bupkis, described as a “raw” and “unflinching” version of Davidson’s real life.

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Peter Michael Davidson (born November 16, 1993) is an American comedian and actor. He is a cast member on Saturday Night Live. Davidson has also appeared on the MTV shows Guy Code, Wild 'n Out, and Failosophy. He has performed stand-up comedy on Adam DeVine's House Party, Jimmy Kimmel Live!, and Comedy Underground with Dave Attell, and guest-starred in Brooklyn Nine-Nine.
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