Pete Davidson’s Surprising Date Night! Who’s He Dating Now?
On Saturday night, Pete Davidson and Madelyn Cline enjoyed a cozy evening out, marking their public appearance together at the season 49 premiere afterparty of Saturday Night Live, where Davidson, the 29-year-old Saturday Night Live alum, hosted the iconic show. The event, held at Catch Steak, was graced by the presence of the 25-year-old Outer Banks star, Cline, who joined Davidson for the festivities.
Witnesses at the party described the couple as affectionate yet private, with one source exclusively sharing with PEOPLE, “They seemed very lovey, very cute, but they kept to themselves.” Despite their reserved demeanor, Davidson, known for his SNL fame, stayed at the party until the early hours, leaving well past 4 a.m. The pair tried to maintain a low profile, keeping their heads down as they entered the venue, accompanied by Cline’s friend, Sofia Hublitz, the talented actress from Ozark. Davidson opted for a laid-back look, wearing the same sweatsuit he had on during the SNL episode, while the ladies chose stylish all-black outfits for the night.
This public outing follows Cline’s recent appearance with Davidson in Las Vegas, where they attended his stand-up gig. Their relationship began in late September, shortly after Davidson’s breakup with actress Chase Sui Wonders in August. The comedian’s life has been under public scrutiny, especially regarding his high-profile relationships, such as those with Kim Kardashian and Emily Ratajkowski. Davidson expressed his frustration about the invasive interest in his personal life, stating on the Real Ones podcast, “Suddenly you’re in this zeitgeist and that has nothing to do with the work. And that’s a really s—-y feeling.”
Cline, on the other hand, was previously linked to producer Zack Bia after her split from Outer Banks co-star Chase Stokes in November 2021. Despite the breakup, she continued to portray love interests with Stokes in the popular Netflix drama.
During the SNL episode, Davidson showcased his self-deprecating humor, performing a parody of “I’m Just Ken” from the Barbie movie. The skit humorously included the line: “I’m just Pete, anyone else I’d be a three, but I guess I’m hot for dudes in comedy, because it’s an ugly industry.”
This exciting new chapter in Davidson and Cline’s relationship unfolds amidst Davidson’s thriving career. For those interested in catching more of SNL’s latest season, the second episode of the 49th season is scheduled to air on Saturday, October 21 at 11:30 p.m. ET on NBC, featuring rapper and singer Bad Bunny, who will serve as both host and musical performer. Stay tuned for more updates and entertaining moments from the world of Saturday Night Live!