Pete Davidson is leaving SNL this weekend after an eight-year run

Comedian Pete DavidsonThose have been a major “Live Saturday night” For eight years, then leave the show Saturday’s Season 47 final.

The news came as a shock to fans who have enjoyed Davidson’s sketch comedy performances since 2014 when he became the youngest cast member to join SNL. He quickly became one of the show’s biggest stars.

Davidson used his SNL reputation to enhance his career, starring Hulu’s “Big Time Adolescence” And his own snagging Netflix Special, “Pete Davidson: Living in New York.” Her high-profile relationship with singer Ariana Grande and beauty mogul Kim Kardashian has also put her in the spotlight.

The 28 years old Perhaps his SNL exit has been planned for some time. Inside February 2020, He said Breakfast Club Host Charlamagne Tha God He said he was “talking” about his next steps but said he wanted to make sure he “doesn’t leave too soon.” His speech at the end of season 46 also sparked rumors that his time on the long-running show was coming to an end.

“I am very grateful to be here. It’s an honor to grow up in front of you, “Davidson said in an emotional speech that seemed like a farewell to some.

In addition to Davidson, Eddie Bryant, Kate McKinnonAnd Kyle Mooney Season 47 is also leaving after the final.

In his post-SNL life, Pete Davidson will join Eddie Falco In the new Peacock comedy series, “Bupkis.”

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