Pete Davidson Gave Phony Fitness Advice To Alec Baldwin And It Worked
Pete Davidson says he pumped Alec Baldwin all the way up - with a lie. (See the interview above.)
The comedian "Saturday Night Live" revealed on Tuesday on "The Tonight Show" that he impressed Baldwin with his physique during a shirtless sketch when Baldwin was a guest on "SNL" a few years ago.
So Baldwin asked Davidson about his exercise routine.
"I didn't mean to be rude and just say that I still have metabolism," said the SNL player to host Jimmy Fallon. "To make him feel better, I said," Oh man, I do a hundred push-ups and a hundred sit-ups every day. "And he said," Got it! "
Baldwin later got his famous appearance as Donald Trump on "SNL" and walked past Davidson in the hall and said "100 a day," Davidson recalled.
Davidson's fitness fib worked. He said Baldwin started the exercise program and lost a lot of weight.
"And he says it's all because of me."
This article originally appeared on HuffPost and has been updated.
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