Get ready for big laughs, because Pete Davidson is returning to hosting duties on the iconic sketch comedy show, Saturday Night Live. After nearly one year since his departure, the Bupkis star is set to create some comedic magic as he leads the show's May 6th episode. Fans of the show are buzzing with excitement - there are so many reasons to look forward to Davidson's long-awaited return.
Davidson's comeback to SNL is not only a chance for him to put on a great show, but it's also a great opportunity to promote his new show, Bupkis, which will be premiering on May 4th. The new show is set to be a hilarious display of Davidson's talent, backed by a star-studded cast including Edie Falco and Joe Pesci. Chase Sui Wonders, Davidson's current love interest, will also be taking part. Despite his excitement, Davidson is not shy about sharing the challenges of being part of the SNL family, especially when it comes to the jokes made at his expense. He shared on John Bernthal’s podcast, “the show just made fun of you, so why are they going to laugh at you? They just dogged you.” Despite the difficulties, Davidson's comeback to SNL is bound to be filled with laughs and entertainment for fans around the world.
Davidson's journey at SNL has been nothing short of amazing. In his eight seasons on the show, he has become famous for his performances, both on camera and during Weekend Update, where he shared his stand-up and personal stories. He has allowed fans to grow up with him, making them part of the good times and some of the darker moments. Davidson's final Weekend Update segment in May 2022 showcased his incredible appreciation for the SNL family. During the show, he thanked Lorne Michaels and everyone who helped him succeed. He choked up as he shared that the show was his home and revealed that he would return next year for a John Mulaney musical sketch.
Fans around the world are eagerly anticipating Pete Davidson's return to SNL. It's both a chance to see a talented comedian at his best and to relive some of the funniest moments of the sketch comedy show. So mark your calendars for May 6th, because SNL is about to get a lot funnier!