Saturday Night Live star, Pete Davidson, makes fans sign a non-disclosure agreement (NDA) before his stand-up comedy shows. Fans headed to see Davidson perform on December 8 & 9 in Florida need to be prepared to sign away their right to discuss the content of the show in person or on social media.
Apparently, Davidson has been requiring fans to sign the agreements since last year. The agreements carry a penalty of up to one million dollars should fans spoil the jokes in his routine.
Stacy Young posted to her Facebook account the email that she received that notified her of the NDA that would need to be completed before the November 27th show that she attended. Fans could either sign the NDA or receive a full refund if they weren’t willing to sign.
Davidson’s bio on IMDB.com describes, “Pete Davidson is an American comedian and actor who is a featured player on Saturday Night Live (1975), as of September 2014. He was raised on Staten Island, New York, and is the son of Amy (Waters) and Scott Matthew Davidson. Pete’s father, a firefighter, died during the 9/11 attacks.”
The bio continues, “Davidson attended St. Joseph High School, a Catholic school. Before SNL, he appeared on the shows Wild ‘N Out (2005), Jimmy Kimmel Live! (2003), Guy Code (2011), and in the film School Dance (2014).”
What do you think about signing away your right to see Pete Davidson’s comedy act? Would you be willing to do so? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.
— Savannah (@slamvan) November 9, 2019
This is post P-90x. I’m saying I watched the videos. I’m not saying I participated. Born in my mom’s basement, I’ve stayed there to embody the stereotype. One day I will rise up… to the main floor of the house.