Saturday Night Live
Pete Davidson: I Don't Know Why 'SNL' Co-stars Are 'Freaking Out' Over Elon Musk
"Saturday Night Live" star Pete Davidson is siphoned that Elon Musk is visitor facilitating the show this end of the week ― not at all like a portion of his castmates who seemed to protest the tech monster's essence. (Watch the video above.)
"I'm truly energized, man, I'm going to ask him for like a Tesla or some crap," the joke artist kidded to have Seth Meyers on "Late Night" Tuesday.
Davidson referenced he was eating with Musk and "Saturday Night Live" maker Lorne Michaels after his talk with Meyers.
Yet, even prior to meeting the flighty industrialist, Davidson destroyed his co-stars' reservations.
"I don't have a clue why individuals are going crazy," Davidson said. "They're similar to, 'Goodness, I can hardly imagine how Elon Musk is facilitating!' And I'm similar to, the person that improves the Earth somewhat and makes cool things and sends individuals to Mars?"
Some "SNL" group individuals seemed to conceal Musk after he got the gig, Stardia announced beforehand. Chris Redd punched at Musk's utilization of "production," Bowen Yang attempted to soak Musk's advertising of the show, and Aidy Bryant shared a Bernie Sanders tweet about the "ethical vulgarity" of unbalanced abundance in the United States.
Musk, supposedly the most extravagant man on the planet, has caused some disruption against association comments, dubious remarks about COVID-19 and an odd infant naming scene.
Michael Che, the show's co-head author and "End of the week Update" co-anchor, was in Davidson's camp. "He's the most extravagant man on the planet, how should you not be energized for that?" he said of Musk recently.
Watch Davidson's entire meeting above or quick forward to 4:40 above for the trade about Musk.