Pete Davidson has been in the news recently for his feud with Kanye West, and now the funnyman is the latest celebrity to be launched into space.

The 'Saturday Night Live' star will hitch a ride on the fourth Blue Origin flight, joining 'Star Trek' star William Shatner among the celebrities who have blasted into space thanks to Jeff Bezos' company.

The flight will take place on Wednesday, March 23rd, and will be streamed online.

Davidson will be among 6 passengers on the flight, with entrepreneurs, property developers and CEOs serving as Davidson's fellow passengers.

Jeff Bezos captured the public imagination last year by rocketing into space onboard his own private spacecraft, and now offers flights to paying customers.

Pendants point out that Blue Origin flights technically doesn't meet the criteria to qualify for spaceflight as the flights only travel a certain distance into the atmosphere and don't reach low earth orbit.

However, passengers on the flights get to experience a few minutes of weightlessness, which is as close to space travel as humans can get within the confines of our planet.

'Star Trek' star William Shatner took part in a flight last year, and the sci-fi legend was filled with emotion after the journey.

The actor told reporters after the flight "It’s extraordinary, extraordinary. It’s so much larger than me and life. It hasn’t got anything to do with the little green men and the blue orb. It has to do with the enormity and the quickness and the suddenness of life and death."

Presumably, Davidson being launched into space will serve as fodder for his jokes on 'Saturday Night Live', of which he is still a member.

Davidson joined the cast of the long-running sketch show in 2014, and has acted in sketches with stars as varied as The Rock and Timotheé Chalamet.

The actor wrote and starred in 'The King Of Staten Island' from comedy guru Judd Apatow in 2020, and has been involved in high-profile relationships with everyone from Ariana Grande to Kim Kardashian.