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See Machine Gun Kelly and Pete Davidson fall off the stage on Saturday Night Live

Best buds MGK and Pete Davidson took an amusing tumble as they fell off the stage during the closing credits of this weekend’s episode of Saturday Night Live.

As well as starring as the musical guest on this weekend’s episode of Saturday Night Live, Machine Gun Kelly threw his best pal and cast member Pete Davidson off the stage by accident during the show’s closing credits.

After sharing two equally brilliant performances of Lonely and My Ex’s Best Friend from his 2020 pop-punk album Tickets To My Downfall, MGK celebrated his SNL appearance by seemingly attempting to pick up Pete as the programme came to an end. But before he even managed to properly lift the comedian up into the air, he instantly lost his balance, stumbled backwards and brought Pete with him right off the stage.

Read this: Machine Gun Kelly: From rap devil to pop-punk god

Taking to Twitter after the hilarious moment, Machine Gun Kelly joked that he and Pete were doing a skit for the legendary comedy show. During the credits we did one called two drunk friends fall off the stage’,” he wrote. It went even better than planned.”

It sure did…

Nevertheless, the whole experience seemed to be a damn good time:

Watch Machine Gun Kelly’s two incredible performances of Lonely and My Ex’s Best Friend below:

Posted on February 1st 2021, 11:22a.m.
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