Pete Davidson No Longer Heading To Space On Jeff Bezos Rocket – NBC Chicago

Pete Davidson retired from a short space trip next week on a Jeff Bezos rocket.

‘Saturday Night Live’ star ‘no longer able to join’ five other passengers on upcoming Blue Origin flight, Bezos’ space travel company say thursday night. No other details were provided.

The company announced earlier this week that Davidson would be on Blue Origin’s fourth flight with passengers. It was scheduled for next Wednesday, but has now been postponed to Tuesday, the company said.

Davidson would have been the third celebrity to board an automated Blue Origin capsule for the 10-minute flight from West Texas. Actor William Shatner and former NFL great and “Good Morning America” ​​co-host Michael Strahan took a flight last year.

The company said it would announce Davidson’s replacement in the coming days. The company did not disclose the ticket price for fare-paying passengers.

Davidson, who is currently dating reality TV star Kim Kardashian, wrote and starred in the semi-autobiographical film ‘The King of Staten Island,’ released in 2020.

Blue Origin announced on Monday that “Saturday Night Live” comedian Pete Davidson is on the flight log for their next New Shepherd mission.



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