Pete Davidson’s celebrity status exploded when his romance with socialite, Kim Kardashian became public. Since then, the news from the couple’s budding relationship has been dominating news headlines. It appears, like his girlfriend Pete will now be taking the fashion industry by storm.

The SNL comedian has been named the newest face of H&M’s menswear campaign. In a new commercial released by the brand Davidson brought in his signature sense of humor to promote the colorful range of clothing. The video sees Pete mistakenly believing his friend is complimenting his attire when it’s actually a talking parrot.  

As the duo walked down the street, a talking parrot perched inside a slow moving car frequently compliments Pete on his flashy shirt. The parrot tells Pete, ‘Cool shirt!’ However, Pete does not see the parrot and believes the voice is actually his friend.

In a statement, the brand said the new campaign emphasized “the powerful connection between clothes and the confidence” it gives men when taking on everyday life. Pete said in a statement, “Collaborating on this campaign was a great experience. We had a lot of fun creating the photos and content. The clothes are comfortable and feel great to wear which is what I love about H&M,”

The H&M ad isn’t the only thing going for Pete. According to Deadline, Bupkis, a new comedy series starring and executive produced by Pete, will be heading to Peacock. The show is also executive produced by Lorne Michaels and is described as a ‘heightened, fictionalized version’ of Pete’s life.

Meanwhile, you can check out the Ad below. We will be on the lookout for more updates. Stay tuned to Thirsty.

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Shubham Banerjee

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