Kim Kardashian And Beau Pete Davidson Look Cozy As They Attend 23rd annual Mark Twain Prize For American Humor

Kim Kardashian and Pete Davidson looked cosy while sitting together at the 23rd annual Mark Twain Prize For American Humor on Sunday night

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Kim Kardashian And Beau Pete Davidson Look Cozy As They Attend 23rd annual Mark Twain Prize For American Humor
Kim Kardashian and Pete Davidson do not fail to impress the fans with their roaring romance. The couple are often seen stepping out for a date or casual outings and during their latest spotting Kim and Pete looked cozy while sitting together at the 23rd annual Mark Twain Prize For American Humor on Sunday night.


During their attendance at the star-studded ceremony, which honors artists that have unquestionably shaped the world of comedy, Kim was seen dazzling in a black sequined gown and her hair slicked back in a low ponytail.

She could be seen leaning close to the King of Staten Island actor, 28, as they chatted during the star-studded event, held at The Kennedy Center. The pair also applauded for comedian Jon Stewart as he received the Mark Twain Prize for lifetime achievement in humor.

Following his big win, the 59-year-old former host of The Daily Show posted on Instagram that he was 'truly honored.' 

The national prize is named after novelist and essayist Samuel Langhorne Clemens, known by his pen name Mark Twain and revered for his novels featuring Tom Sawyer and Huckleberry Finn.


For the unversed, Richard Pryor was the first recipient of the prize, while the controversial comedian Dave Chappelle was the most recent person to receive it in 2019.

However, Chappelle has since come under fire for long segments of his recent standup comedy specials, which many fans believed to be transphobic.

The award's 2009 recipient, Bill Cosby, had his honor rescinded in 2018 after he was convicted on three counts of aggravated indecent assault. The legendary comedian had his conviction vacated in June 2021 by the Pennsylvania Supreme Court.


In 2021, six years after he quit his satirical news series The Daily Show, Stewart returned to television with a new venture looking at current affairs in depth, The Problem With Jon Stewart, which launched on the Apple TV+ streaming platform in late September.

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