Health & Fit Pete Davidson Gave Alec Baldwin Fake Workout Advice That Actually Worked

05:10  08 april  2021
05:10  08 april  2021 Source:   msn.com

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"SNL" cast member Pete Davidson gave guest host Alec Baldwin fake workout advice and was shocked when it actually worked . Baldwin really started following Davidson 's advice . The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon/YouTube. The Baldwin -hosted episode Davidson was referring to was filmed in February 2017—the only time he's hosted since Davidson joined the cast. The SNL star explained that since Baldwin was guesting regularly on the show to play Trump around this time, he was on set a lot and would cross paths with him.

- While on shirtless backstage at SNL, Baldwin approached him and asked him what his routine was, Pete , a youth who doesn't actually work out , told him, "100 sit ups and 100 crunches a day." Baldwin adhered to the advice and now credits [source needed] Davidson for his svelt figure. - He signed on to Suicide Squad after a phone call with James Gunn in which he revealed his character name would be "Dick Hertz." - Asked QuestLove to actually slap him during their SNL sketch together earlier this season. - Promo'd his new Audible series with Keke Palmer claiming, "You don't have to see my face

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Pete Davidson recently revealed how he once lied to Alec Baldwin which made him lose so much weight! Scroll down to see what Pete lied.

After Alec Baldwin asked Pete Davidson about his fitness routine, the Saturday Night Live cast member made up a regimen, which resulted in the 30 Rock alum losing "100 pounds." During the April 6 episode of The Tonight Show , the 27-year-old Saturday Night Live cast member recalled how he jokingly gave the 63-year-old actor some exercise tips and how Baldwin stuck with them. It all started a few years ago when Baldwin was hosting SNL and Davidson was appearing in a skit in which he was shirtless.

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Alec Baldwin has a single lie that Pete Davidson told him to credit for his weight loss. The 27-year-old Saturday Night Live star opened up about the hilarious story behind the 63-year-old actor getting in shape on Tuesday's The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon. "I was on set and Alec was hosting and it was a sketch where I had to be Though The King of Staten Island star does not actually partake in this fitness regimen, his comment inspired Baldwin . "Then he got the [Donald] Trump gig [on SNL] and so I would see him every week. And every time I'd run into him in the hall, he'd be like, '100 a day!'"

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