Jeff Bezos’ Blue Origin announced Monday that Pete Davidson will join five others on the space company’s fourth manned flight to the edge of space, currently scheduled for March 23.

Davidson will join the ranks of media host Michael Strahan, actor William Shatner and aviation pioneer Wally Funk as the last famous civilian astronauts were given a seat on a New Shepard rocket to help build excitement around the project. of space tourism of Bezos.

Joining Davidson on the flight will be investor and former Party America CEO Marty Allen, real estate executive Marc Hagle and his wife Sharon Hagle, who founded SpaceKids Global. Also on board will be George Nield, former associate administrator of the Federal Aviation Administration’s Office of Commercial Space Transportation, and businessman Jim Kitchen.

What is unclear is whether Bezos snagging Davidson for his next flight is intended as a jab at SpaceX founder Elon Musk. Davidson’s goofy SNL character Chad took a turn as a SpaceX astronaut on Mars when Musk hosted the show last year.

One person who might be happy to see Davidson fly into space is Kanye West, Kim Kardashian’s ex who has been stalking Davidson ever since he started dating Kardashian. Blue Origin plans to stream the adventure beginning an hour before launch, which is currently scheduled for 6:30am PT/8:30am CT on March 23.

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