Pete Davidson and Kim Kardashian arrive for the White House Correspondents’ Association gala at the Washington Hilton Hotel on Saturday. AFP
The pair left fans spellbound with their stunning appearance. However, some of the couple’s admirers missed the Saturday Night Live star’s signature look at the event.
Body language expert Judi James analysed Davidson’s appearance on the red carpet beside his ladylove Kardashian and said that he is slowly morphing into a Kardashian and losing his signature look.
James noted the change that the comedian's usual ‘goofy grin’ has vanished in recent weeks as he started making more public appearances with the SKIMS founder.
"Pete is looking so much like a surrendered male now it’s a wonder he doesn’t go the whole way in terms of Kardashian branding and start to call himself ‘Kete,’ said James to the Mirror.
Kim Kardashian poses for photographers as she arrives to the annual White House Correspondents' Association Dinner. AP
"There’s so much of him missing here in terms of his normal persona that you have to wonder whether he’s now working to the Kardashian style guide manual or if he is feeling too insecurely loved-up to let the familiar ‘Pete’ signature features make an appearance.”
Claiming Davidson is providing Kim with all the attention, James said, “Kim’s body language has morphed from the giddy teen look we’ve been seeing on her dates with the comic to her signature, elegant red carpet vibe where movement is minimal and pose is all as she allows herself to be adored by the cameras.”
Davidson in his first stand-up comedy set in three years made a few observations on rapper Kanye West during his stint at the Netflix 'Is A Joke: The Festival' at the Hollywood Bowl.
According to 'Deadline,’ Davidson talked about his much-publicised relationship with reality TV star Kim Kardashian, including the Kanye West attacks on him personally.
He compared West's social media barbs to the infamous Will Smith/Chris Rock Oscars slap.
During his set, Davidson said West had told him that he (Davidson) had Aids. He jokingly said that he was momentarily convinced it was true because West "is a genius."
He also recalled seeing a basketball game in December of last year while seated between Jon Stewart and Chris Rock. That period was referenced as the "before time." "Before life was over," he joked.
The Will Smith slap was compared to West’s claymation video, wherein Davidson got his head cut off by a West lookalike in the video for ‘Eazy.’
Davidson said he didn't hold it against friend Jack Harlow for working with West, but added that his own friendship with Bill Burr, who costarred with him in 'The King Of Staten Island', would be over if he ever attended one of Kanye's Sunday Service ceremonies.
Davidson has been on a leave from SNL while he is filming the Miramax horror thriller 'The Home.'