After departing "SNL," Kate McKinnon said, "My body was fatigued."
In a recent interview, former SNL cast member Kate McKinnon discusses quitting the venerable programme.
In an interview, Kate McKinnon discussed leaving Saturday Night Live.
Along with Pete Davidson, Aidy Bryant, and Kyle Mooney, the actor and comedian left the programme at the conclusion of season 47 earlier this year.
The long-running Close Encounters routine that McKinnon used to bid the audience goodnight at the beginning of the programme ended with her stating, "Earth, I love you. I appreciate you letting me stay here.
On Live With Kelly and Ryan, McKinnon recently informed the hosts Ryan Seacrest and Kelly Ripa of her choice.
"Being on Saturday Night Live was all I had ever dreamed of doing in my entire life.
I did, and I loved it; I had the nicest decade; nonetheless, I felt like it was time because my body was fatigued.
Later this year, when asked if she would watch the new episodes, McKinnon responded, "I don't know what I will do
After the 2021–2022 season, Mckinnon made one final performance on SNL.
Fans were demanding for an unforgettable send-off for McKinnon's final appearance after it was revealed that she would be leaving the programme.
The actor and writer, who was born in 1984, didn't leave her admirers hanging because "Cold Open" was exactly what they were hoping for.
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