Pete Davidson appeared on the Nov. 10 “Weekend Update” segment of “Saturday Night Live” to apologize to veteran and congressman-elect Dan Crenshaw, and this time he brought Crenshaw with him. “In what I’m sure was a huge shock to people who know me, I made a poor choice last week,” Davidson said. “I made a […]
A dis from Pete Davidson on "Saturday Night Live" didn't stop Dan Crenshaw from coming out victorious in his election.
Pete Davidson's "SNL" joke was about GOP congressional candidate Dan Crenshaw, a retired lieutenant commander and former Navy SEAL who lost his right eye in an IED explosion.
The singer fueled the flames on Saturday by sharing a screenshot of a track playing in Apple's music app with the title "thank u next."
'For somebody who claims to hate relevancy u sure love clinging to it huh,' she tweeted on Thursday.
Ariana Grande calls BS on a report that she told ex-fiancé Pete Davidson to 'leave her alone.'
Pete Davidson is recovering from his breakup with ex-fiancée Ariana Grande by taking some time for a little self-care.
"She's staying strong and focusing on work right now, but her friends and family are definitely worried about her," a source tells PEOPLE.
Ariana Grande made her first public appearance since her split with Pete Davidson — and she did so without her engagement ring. She also covered up her "Pete" tattoo with a Band-Aid.
Wendy Williams sounded off on Monday that she wasn't a fan of Selena Gomez and Pete Davidson's relationship anyway. Oh, wait...
After a whirlwind engagement and a $100,000 ring, Pete Davidson and Ariana Grande reportedly broke off their engagement this weekend. "It was way too much too soon," a source told People.
For the season-44 premiere of 'SNL,' Kyle Mooney parodied Pete Davidson's engagement to Ariana Grande and summer in the limelight.
A downside to his new relationship is the scrutiny that comes with it. Davidson says he doesn't even have the password to his social media accounts and that he's gotten death threats over their romance.
Lorne Michaels has stayed silent, but "Saturday Night Live" actor Pete Davidson is coming to his boss' defense.