KEY POINTS

  • Pete Davidson won't be in Italy for Kourtney Kardashian and Travis Barker's wedding this Saturday, a report says
  • Kim Kardashian's boyfriend is reportedly expected to appear in the finale of "Saturday Night Live" Season 47
  • Davidson is expected to leave the NBC sketch comedy after this season, according to reports

Pete Davidson will not join his girlfriend Kim Kardashian in Italy for her sister Kourtney Kardashian and Travis Barker's wedding this weekend, a report says.

The 28-year-old comedian will be staying in New York City Saturday due to work commitments, an unnamed source told Us Weekly.

Davidson "will be on 'Saturday Night Live' tomorrow," the insider confirmed Friday amid rumors that he might fly to Italy for Kourtney's nuptials.

A source also told People that Davidson is "expected to be at 'SNL'" this Saturday for the NBC comedy sketch show's Season 47 finale, which features Natasha Lyonne as host and alternative pop band Japanese Breakfast as musical guest.

Kourtney and Barker's wedding in Italy will mark the third time they walk down the aisle. The Poosh founder and the Blink-182 drummer officially tied the knot during a courthouse wedding in Santa Barbara, California, Sunday. The couple previously had a non-binding ceremony in April in Las Vegas after getting engaged in October 2021.

"Kourtney and Travis are now legally married but plan to have a big wedding at another time," an unnamed insider told Entertainment Tonight Sunday. "This was a smaller, low-key event to make their wedding official. There was some family at this event and they took photos to have.”

Only Kourtney’s maternal grandmother, Mary Jo "MJ" Campbell, and Barker's father, Randy Barker, were in attendance at the time.

Meanwhile, news broke Friday that Davidson is planning to exit "SNL" after the upcoming episode. The New York native, who first joined the long-running series at 20 years old in 2014, has been part of the show for eight seasons. 

An unnamed source familiar with the matter confirmed to Variety that Davidson, Kate McKinnon, Aidy Bryant and Kyle Mooney are all leaving after the current season wraps up this weekend.

The "King of Staten Island" actor previously sparked rumors that he is ready to depart "SNL" when he delivered an emotional speech during the Season 46 finale. "I’m very grateful to be here," Davidson said at the time. "It's been an honor to grow up in front of you guys."

Davidson also told The Hollywood Reporter in May 2021 that he was "ready to hang up the jersey."

"Yeah, I'm good. I’m surprised I made it to seven [seasons]," he said.

The comedian is gearing up to star in A24's upcoming dark comedy-horror flick "Bodies Bodies Bodies" and opposite Edie Falco in the Peacock series "Bupkis." Davidson will also serve as a writer and executive producer on the sitcom, which is loosely based on his own life, according to People.

Pete Davidson on SNL Pete Davidson during "A Journey Through Time" sketch on "SNL" on May 18, 2019. Photo: Steven Molina Contreras/NBC