Jim Carrey will no longer appear as president-elect Joe Biden on “Saturday Night Live.” The actor, who has been noticeably absent from the last two episodes, made the announcement over the weekend.

On Saturday, the 58-year-old took to Twitter to update fans about his departure from the show.

“Though my term was only meant to be 6 weeks, I was thrilled to be elected as your SNL President...comedy’s highest call of duty. I would love to go forward knowing that Biden was the victor... But I am just one in a long line of proud, fighting SNL Bidens!” Carrey tweeted.

The “Sonic the Hedgehog” star made his debut as Biden on Oct. 4, however, failed to make an appearance in the most recent episodes.

Carrey’s Biden character often appeared next to Donald Trump (Alec Baldwin) and Kamala Harris (Maya Rudolph) during the cold open skits.

The movie star isn’t the first actor to impersonate Biden on the show. In the past, Jason Sudeikis, Woody Harrelson, and John Mulaney have also portrayed the president-elect.

Although Carrey’s announcement appears to hint that someone new will begin impersonating Biden upon his exit, the NBC show has not announced which actor will replace him.

However, the official “SNL” Twitter account did share a tweet thanking Carrey for his work on the show. “Thank you to Jim Carrey for showing up when it mattered,” the message read.

News of the “Sonic the Hedgehog” star’s exit from the show came just hours before “SNL” alum Kristen Wiig is expected to host the show featuring musical guest Dua Lipa.

“Saturday Night Live” airs at 11:30 p.m. EST on NBC.

Jim Carrey Jim Carrey attends the 74th Venice Film Festival at Sala Grande on Sept. 5, 2017 in Venice, Italy. Photo: Getty Images/Vittorio Zunino Celotto