Kate McKinnon, Aidy Bryant and Kyle Mooney leave SNL

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Seems Pete Davidson isn’t the only one being broken up with Saturday night live this season. Deadline reports that longtime cast members Kate McKinnon, Aidy Bryant and Kyle Mooney will also say goodbye after the May 21 finale. No wonder SNL Creator Lorne Michaels recently told New York Times that this year could be a “year of change” for the show.

McKinnon, who agreed SNL to water in 2012 and was promoted to repertory status the following year, has appeared in hundreds of sketches over the past decade. She has played celebrities like Justin Bieber and Ellen DeGeneres, as well as political figures like Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Hillary Clinton. Naturally, SNL isn’t the only place McKinnon can impress – all the cool cats and kittens who watched her play Carole Baskin on Peacock’s King of the Tigers-inspired series already know this.

Bryant also joined SNL in 2012 and became a repertory performer in its second season. In recent years, she has taken a few breaks from the show to help create and act Shrill. In addition to her impressions (who could forget her coldness as Ted Cruz), Bryant has appeared in several SNL Comedy songs including “(Do It On My) Twin Bed” and “Back Home Ballers”. “Lil’ Baby Aidy” has also taken on other musical personalities, taking inspiration from the likes of Cardi B (Aidy B) and Lizzo (Aidy Bizzo).

Mooney, who has played Baby Yoda and Johnny Depp, joined SNL in 2013. He became a repertory performer in 2016 and has written enough digital exclusivity Sketches to earn the nickname Kyle “Cut for Time” Mooney. some of his SNL Characters were adapted from his personal YouTube channel, including his odd, awkward personality for his interviews with men on the street. Goodbyes are always sad, but hey, at least he got to enjoy one final season without Beck Bennett spitting down his throat.

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Lindsay Lowe

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