Pete Davidson, boyfriend of Kim Kardashian, says goodbye to “Saturday Night Live”

The comedian who was part of the show since 2014 acknowledged that he has gained great popularity in recent months due to his relationship with the socialite


The last program of this season of “Saturday Night Live” (SNL) laid out the red carpet for comedians Pete Davidson, Kate McKinnon, Aidy Bryant, and Kyle Mooney to say goodbye to the audience in their segments, which were broadcast live from New York in the early hours of this Sunday.

Actress and director Natasha Lyonne were in charge of presenting the last program of season 47 and “Japanese Breakfast” was the guest band.

This show full of satire and humor does not always usually let members who do not return after the summer say goodbye live, but this time he made an exception.

McKinnon, who joined SNL in 2012, at the end of the night’s first sketch — in which she played a peculiar woman who had been abducted by aliens — volunteered to go with the aliens.

“I always felt like an alien on this planet,” she said, and when she boarded the spaceship, she addressed the audience and said emotionally: “Earth, I love you. Thanks for letting me stay awhile.”

For his part, Davidson – who has been part of the cast since 2014 and who this year has made millions of headlines for his courtship with Kim Kardashian – was more direct in his farewell.

“There are millions of people who are just watching (the show) to see if I mention Kanye (West) — Kardashian’s ex-husband —,” the 28-year-old comedian said.

Davidson took his turn to take a tour of his career on SNL, noting that when he started no one knew what race he belonged to, but now everyone knows he’s white because he achieved “so much success with hardly any work.”

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Written by Rachita Salian


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