Pete Davidson LEAVING Saturday Night Live after eight years… as comedian gears up for Netflix special where he talks Kim Kardashian romance
- Pete Davidson is set to leave Saturday Night Live this weekend after 7 seasons
- The 28-year-old was a relative unknown when he joined the NBC show
- His next project will be a comedy special for Netflix
- In it, he makes reference to his high-profile romance to Kim Kardashian
- He joined SNL in 2014 as a featured player at the age of 20
Pete Davidson is leaving Saturday Night Live after seven seasons on the legendary late-night sketch comedy series.
The boyfriend of Kim Kardashian will have his final show this weekend, a source tells Variety.
Pete, 28, was a relative unknown when he joined the NBC comedy show but has seen his profile rise thanks, in part, to his colorful dating life.
Bye for now: Pete Davidson LEAVING Saturday Night Live after eight years
The funnyman is gearing up to release his comedy special on Netflix which is said to be released on June 13.
Pete joined SNL in 2014 as a featured player at the age of 20.
He became best known on the skit series playing the apathetic ‘Chad’ that first appeared in 2016 and has proven popular over the past five years.
Exit: Pete, 28, was a relative unknown when he joined the NBC comedy series but has seen his profile rise thanks, in part, to his colorful dating life
Described as the ‘stereotypical stoner bro,’ Chad appeared in a skit with British superstar Adele when she hosted the show in 2020.
In 2020, he released a movie based on his life, The King of Staten Island, cementing his status as a true breakout star – following in the footsteps of Kristen Wiig.
However, more recently, Pete has become known across the globe thanks to his relationship with megastar Kim Kardashian.
Going strong: Pete and Kim confirmed their relationship in November last year when they were spotted holding hands in Palm Springs, California. (Pictured at the 2022 Met Gala in NYC)