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Timothee Chalamet hosts SNL for the first time and reveals his mom was a series extra in the 90s

Timothee Chalamet performed his first-ever Saturday Night Live hosting gig on this week’s episode of the long-running sketch series.

And during his opening monologue, the actor, 24, revealed that ‘before [he] was born’ his mother Nicole occasionally worked on SNL as a ‘background actor.’

Chalamet signaled producers to play a clip of Nicole in the show’s famous Massive Head Wound Harry bit from the early 90s, which featured Dana Carvey and the late Chris Farley.

Nothing like the first time: Timothee Chalamet performed his first-ever Saturday Night Live hosting gig on this week’s episode of the long-running sketch series

History with the show: And during his opening monologue, the actor, 24, revealed that 'before [he] was born' his mother Nicole occasionally worked on SNL as a 'background actor'

History with the show: And during his opening monologue, the actor, 24, revealed that ‘before [he] was born’ his mother Nicole occasionally worked on SNL as a ‘background actor’

The brief clip showed Nicole acting by her lonesome as Carvey, with his ghastly brain-exposing wound, made his way around a bustling party scene.

He, eventually, located the party’s host, played by Farley, who reacted to his wound with pure horror as Chalamet’s mom carried on acting in the background.

‘Yep. That’s my mom,’ uttered Timothee as the audience cheered and applauded, adding: ”She almost got spit on by Chris Farley!’

With Nicole watching from the audience, the Call Me By Your Name star credited her for being ‘the reason [he] is alive and why [he] has an acting career.’  

Throwback: Chalamet signaled producers to play a clip of Nicole in the show's famous Massive Head Wound Harry bit from the early 90s, which featured Dana Carvey and the late Chris Farley

Throwback: Chalamet signaled producers to play a clip of Nicole in the show’s famous Massive Head Wound Harry bit from the early 90s, which featured Dana Carvey and the late Chris Farley

Biggest supporter: With Nicole watching from the audience, the Call Me By Your Name star credited her for being 'the reason [he] is alive and why [he] has an acting career'

Biggest supporter: With Nicole watching from the audience, the Call Me By Your Name star credited her for being ‘the reason [he] is alive and why [he] has an acting career’

‘Mom, I love you. I think she’s right there,’ he concluded, as he gestured in her direction.

Chalamet described hosting SNL as a ‘huge honor’ and took some time to reflect on his New York upbringing. 

‘Man, I’m so happy to be here. I’m from New York. I live in New York. I actually grew up in an art’s building in Hell’s Kitchen 12 minutes from here.

‘No matter where I go I’ll always be a New York City kid at heart. Especially at Christmas!’ he insisted as he made his way towards a grand piano resting on stage.

Taking a seat at the piano, Timothee said to the audience: ‘Im gonna play a little song, if that’s all right with you guys!’

Huge honor: Chalamet described hosting SNL as a 'huge honor' and took some time to reflect on his New York upbringing

Huge honor: Chalamet described hosting SNL as a ‘huge honor’ and took some time to reflect on his New York upbringing

Christmas in New York: 'No matter where I go I'll always be a New York City kid at heart. Especially at Christmas!' he insisted as he made his way towards a grand piano resting on stage

Christmas in New York: ‘No matter where I go I’ll always be a New York City kid at heart. Especially at Christmas!’ he insisted as he made his way towards a grand piano resting on stage

‘Nothing like Christmas in New York. Ice skating on the Hudson, sledding down the side of the Chrysler building. Seeing how fast you can go!’ he recalled, while pressing down on the piano keys.

He described the City as his ‘playground’ and the subway as his ‘baby sitter,’ before adding a little gross out humor to the mix. 

‘Nothing like eating Cheetos on the F train on Christmas eve. You eat a handful and then you hold the pole and then you lick your fingers. I miss that,’ he joked.

Midway down memory lane, Chalamet was joined by SNL cast member and fellow New Yorker, Pete Davidson who ogled over Timothée and stated that the actor ‘smell[ed] fantastic,’ to which he replied: ‘Pete, you smell.’

An entertainer: Taking a seat at the piano, Timothee said to the audience: 'Im gonna play a little song, if that's all right with you guys!'

An entertainer: Taking a seat at the piano, Timothee said to the audience: ‘Im gonna play a little song, if that’s all right with you guys!’

Unique experience: 'Nothing like Christmas in New York. Ice skating on the Hudson, sledding down the side of the Chrysler building. Seeing how fast you can go!' he recalled, while pressing down on the piano keys

Unique experience: ‘Nothing like Christmas in New York. Ice skating on the Hudson, sledding down the side of the Chrysler building. Seeing how fast you can go!’ he recalled, while pressing down on the piano keys

Timothee, who is from Manhattan, asked Davidson to recall his own Christmases spent in NYC.

And Davidson, who grew up in Staten Island, proved to have some darker Christmas memories than Chalamet.  

‘Hearing Santa come down the chimney realizing it’s just rats. Decorating our Christmas tree with spaghetti and scratch offs. We don’t leave Santa cookies and milk we leave him a Bud Light,’ recalled Pete, adding: ‘Oh yes, that was the Staten Island Christmas.’

For the first sketch of the night, the SNL cast and their guest took a stab at the coronavirus pandemic as they hilariously presented a ‘Rona Family Christmas.’ 

Added bonus: Midway down memory lane, Chalamet was joined by SNL cast member and fellow New Yorker, Pete Davidson who ogled over Timothée and stated that the actor 'smell[ed] fantastic,' to which he replied: ' Pete, you smell'

Added bonus: Midway down memory lane, Chalamet was joined by SNL cast member and fellow New Yorker, Pete Davidson who ogled over Timothée and stated that the actor ‘smell[ed] fantastic,’ to which he replied: ‘ Pete, you smell’

Why don't you tell us? Timothee, who is from Manhattan, asked Davidson to recall his own Christmases spent in NYC, but Davidson, who grew up in Staten Island, proved to have some darker Christmas memories

Why don’t you tell us? Timothee, who is from Manhattan, asked Davidson to recall his own Christmases spent in NYC, but Davidson, who grew up in Staten Island, proved to have some darker Christmas memories

Cecily Strong and Beck Bennett, who played mother Rona and father Rona, sat in their living area and joyously reflected on all of the destruction COVID-19 has caused in 2020.

One of the SNL cast members, playing their daughter, rings the door bell, is welcomed into the home, and proudly deemed a ‘super spreader’ by her parents.

She further impresses her parents by introducing them to her ‘successful’ boyfriend, who infected Tom Hanks with the coronavirus earlier this year.

The door bell rings again and it happens to be the Rona’s overly friendly neighbors, the Herpes. 

Rona Family Christmas: For the first sketch of the night, the SNL cast and their guest took a stab at the coronavirus pandemic as they hilariously presented a 'Rona Family Christmas'

Rona Family Christmas: For the first sketch of the night, the SNL cast and their guest took a stab at the coronavirus pandemic as they hilariously presented a ‘Rona Family Christmas’

Joyous: Cecily Strong and Beck Bennett, who played mother Rona and father Rona, sat in their living area and joyously reflected on all of the destruction COVID-19 has caused in 2020

Joyous: Cecily Strong and Beck Bennett, who played mother Rona and father Rona, sat in their living area and joyously reflected on all of the destruction COVID-19 has caused in 2020 

Super spreader: One of the SNL cast members, playing their daughter, rings the door bell, is welcomed into the home, and proudly deemed a 'super spreader' by her parents

Super spreader: One of the SNL cast members, playing their daughter, rings the door bell, is welcomed into the home, and proudly deemed a ‘super spreader’ by her parents

Neighborly: The door bell rings again and it happens to be the Rona's overly friendly neighbors, the Herpes

Neighborly: The door bell rings again and it happens to be the Rona’s overly friendly neighbors, the Herpes

‘Hi, it’s your neighbors, thought we’d pop out of nowhere and say hello,’ greeted the couple who go by ‘Oral’ and ‘Genital,’ played by cast members Bowen Yang and Chloe Fineman.

Just as the Ronas are engaging in pun-filled conversation with the Herpes, their rebellious son, played by Chalamet, abruptly stumbles downstairs with a bottle of Purex in his hand.

‘Hey! Hey! What’s the matter? Aren’t going to introduce them to your other child?’ he said gruffly as his parents looked on in horror. 

Sarcastically, Beck’s patriarchal Rona character replies: ‘Wow, look who is awake before 6:00 P.M. Just in time to start drinking.’

Rebel without a cause: Just as the Ronas are engaging in pun-filled conversation with the Herpes, their rebellious son, played by Chalamet, abruptly stumbles downstairs with a bottle of Purex in his hand

Rebel without a cause: Just as the Ronas are engaging in pun-filled conversation with the Herpes, their rebellious son, played by Chalamet, abruptly stumbles downstairs with a bottle of Purex in his hand

Oh wow: Sarcastically, Beck's patriarchal Rona character replies: 'Wow, look who is awake before 6:00 P.M. Just in time to start drinking'

Oh wow: Sarcastically, Beck’s patriarchal Rona character replies: ‘Wow, look who is awake before 6:00 P.M. Just in time to start drinking’

Disinfected: 'Oh, yeah am I little disinfected. At least I'm not a hoax like the rest of this family,' said Chalamet's character loudly before taking a swig of Purex

Disinfected: ‘Oh, yeah am I little disinfected. At least I’m not a hoax like the rest of this family,’ said Chalamet’s character loudly before taking a swig of Purex

‘Oh, yeah am I little disinfected. At least I’m not a hoax like the rest of this family,’ said Chalamet’s character loudly before taking a swig of Purex. 

Feeling the tension in the air, the Herpes decide to leave, stating that they ‘only tend to show up when you’re stressed out.’

The Ronas erupt into a huge argument regarding their son’s disinterest in spreading coronavirus across the globe.

‘Your brother is living in clouds when he should be living on surfaces,’ yells father Rona at one point, to which his son hotly replies: ‘You’re not my dad. Maybe mom just landed on a lung cell and replicated!’

Devastated by his son’s words, father Rona tells his angsty son that he ‘sometimes’ wishes’ that he were not his son, at all.   

Heading out: Feeling the tension in the air, the Herpes decide to leave, stating that they 'only tend to show up when you're stressed out'

Heading out: Feeling the tension in the air, the Herpes decide to leave, stating that they ‘only tend to show up when you’re stressed out’

Argument: The Ronas erupt into a huge argument regarding their son's disinterest in spreading coronavirus across the globe

Argument: The Ronas erupt into a huge argument regarding their son’s disinterest in spreading coronavirus across the globe

Getting the vaccine: 'Oh, yeah?' Chalamet's character replies. 'It must be Christmas because your wish just came true. I'm getting the vaccine!!!'

Getting the vaccine: ‘Oh, yeah?’ Chalamet’s character replies. ‘It must be Christmas because your wish just came true. I’m getting the vaccine!!!’

‘Oh, yeah?’ Chalamet’s character replies. ‘It must be Christmas because your wish just came true. I’m getting the vaccine!!!’

Shocked, father Rona, with his hand pointed in his son’s direction, screams: ‘He’s joined in the radical Antibo!’ 

Getting the root of the issue, Timothee’s character explains that he feels his parents ‘never had time’ for him and that his father is ‘so focused on the second wave can’t even hear his first-born son crying out for help.’

An emotionally moved father Rona stresses to his son that he is ‘a great virus’ and that he is ‘so proud’ that he gave ‘those tigers at the Bronx Zoo covid.’

Lack of attention: Getting the root of the issue, Timothee's character explains that he feels his parents 'never had time' for him and that his father is 'so focused on the second wave can't even hear his first-born son crying out for help'

Lack of attention: Getting the root of the issue, Timothee’s character explains that he feels his parents ‘never had time’ for him and that his father is ‘so focused on the second wave can’t even hear his first-born son crying out for help’

Proud: An emotionally moved father Rona stresses to his son that he is 'a great virus' and that he is 'so proud' that he gave 'those tigers at the Bronx Zoo covid'

Proud: An emotionally moved father Rona stresses to his son that he is ‘a great virus’ and that he is ‘so proud’ that he gave ‘those tigers at the Bronx Zoo covid’

To close out the skit, mother Rona, looking around her family, reminds them that they ‘all have so much to be grateful for this Christmas.’

‘And to think, this time last year we were just a glimmer in the eye of a sick bat,’ she concludes. 

For the second skit, the SNL cast poked fun at the annual Lexus December to Remember sales event by encouraging viewers to ‘think’ before they buy.

‘It hasn’t been a normal year, so this Christmas, get her something extraordinary during the Lexus December to Remember sales event.  

‘With flexible financing and zero percent APR, there’s never been a better time to buy or lease a new Lexus,’ narrates a smooth voice as footage of a Lexus vehicle driving down a highway plays.

Think about it: For the second skit, the SNL cast poked fun at the annual Lexus December to Remember sales event by encouraging viewers to 'think' before they buy

Think about it: For the second skit, the SNL cast poked fun at the annual Lexus December to Remember sales event by encouraging viewers to ‘think’ before they buy

Real life: Cut to a family sitting around in their living room on Christmas Day, the father is played by Beck Bennett, the mother Heidi Gardner, and the son by Chalamet

Real life: Cut to a family sitting around in their living room on Christmas Day, the father is played by Beck Bennett, the mother Heidi Gardner, and the son by Chalamet

Cut to a family sitting around in their living room on Christmas Day, the father is played by Beck Bennett, the mother Heidi Gardner, and the son by Chalamet.

Beck’s character hands a small gold box to his wife and says: ‘Merry Christmas, baby!’

The wife opens the box to see a car key, unlike the commercials where the recipients react with glee, Gardner’s character bursts into expletives.  

‘Are you f***ing kidding me, Nathan? Did you seriously buy a car without asking me?This is a major purchase!’ 

Agreeing, the husband states that it was a ‘December To Remember,’ so he felt it was necessary. 

Surprise! Heidi's character opens a gift from her husband and its a car key to a brand new Lexus

Surprise! Heidi’s character opens a gift from her husband and its a car key to a brand new Lexus

No way! 'Are you f***ing kidding me, Nathan? Did you seriously buy a car without asking me?This is a major purchase!' exclaims Heidi Gardner's character

No way! ‘Are you f***ing kidding me, Nathan? Did you seriously buy a car without asking me?This is a major purchase!’ exclaims Heidi Gardner’s character

Not in the budget: 'It's a Lexus. We don't have the money for this, Nathan,' reminds the wife, to which a shocked Timothee replies: 'We don't?'

Not in the budget: ‘It’s a Lexus. We don’t have the money for this, Nathan,’ reminds the wife, to which a shocked Timothee replies: ‘We don’t?’

‘It’s a Lexus. We don’t have the money for this, Nathan,’ reminds the wife, to which a shocked Timothee replies: ‘We don’t?’

‘No, we don’t. Your father doesn’t — your father hasn’t worked since last March,’ she explains, before the father attempts to blame his unemployed status on COVID-19.

‘You’ve been out of work since March of 2019!’ the wife shots, before asking her husband to reveal how much he spent on the ‘ridiculous car.’  

‘Only $3,999 due at signing. Four grand. It’s not that much, babe,’ he says, without understanding that the $3,999 is not a one time payment. 

Spill the beans: 'You've been out of work since March of 2019!' the wife shots, before asking her husband to reveal how much he spent on the 'ridiculous car'

Spill the beans: ‘You’ve been out of work since March of 2019!’ the wife shots, before asking her husband to reveal how much he spent on the ‘ridiculous car’

Idiot: 'Only $3,999 due at signing. Four grand. It's not that much, babe,' he says, without understanding that the $3,999 is not a one time payment

Idiot: ‘Only $3,999 due at signing. Four grand. It’s not that much, babe,’ he says, without understanding that the $3,999 is not a one time payment

What in the?!?! When the father goes outside to show the family the Lexus SUV he purchased, he is confronted by a neighbor, played by Mikey Day, who he recently borrowed money from

What in the?!?! When the father goes outside to show the family the Lexus SUV he purchased, he is confronted by a neighbor, played by Mikey Day, who he recently borrowed money from

‘Do you think this entire car costs $4,000?’ asks the wife, to which Beck’s character responds in the affirmative.

When the father goes outside to show the family the Lexus SUV he purchased, he is confronted by a neighbor, played by Mikey Day, who he recently borrowed money from.

‘You bought a Lexus? You come to me three weeks ago, “Oh, Mike, help me, I need money, I can’t buy Christmas gifts for my family. My wife doesn’t respect me!”” the neighbor shouts angrily.

Returning to the commercial format of the skit’s intro, the camera zooms out on the arguing family, and the narrator: ‘Give the gift of Lexus and definitely talk it over, first.’

Cringe: Poking fun at the reputation surrounding SoundCloud rappers, another skit in the hour-and-a-half long show featured cast member Ego Nwodim, as well the return of Pete Davidson and Chalamet

Cringe: Poking fun at the reputation surrounding SoundCloud rappers, another skit in the hour-and-a-half long show featured cast member Ego Nwodim, as well the return of Pete Davidson and Chalamet

Hostess with the mostess: Nwodim's character, named Nunya Business, is the host of Double XL's 2020 for the culture roundtable

Hostess with the mostess: Nwodim’s character, named Nunya Business, is the host of Double XL’s 2020 for the culture roundtable

Distinguished: 'Today we've got a distinguished panel to celebrate the unstoppable global force that is hip-hop today,' she begins

Distinguished: ‘Today we’ve got a distinguished panel to celebrate the unstoppable global force that is hip-hop today,’ she begins

Poking fun at the reputation surrounding SoundCloud rappers, another skit in the hour-and-a-half long show featured cast member Ego Nwodim, as well the return of Pete Davidson and Chalamet. 

Nwodim’s character, named Nunya Business, is the host of Double XL’s 2020 for the culture roundtable.

‘Today we’ve got a distinguished panel to celebrate the unstoppable global force that is hip-hop today,’ she begins.

Nunya goes on to introduce participants Queen Latifah, the actual QuestLove of the Roots, and Aka GuapLord and SmokeCheddaThaAssGetta, played by Davidson and Chalamet.  

‘Well, let’s get started. It’s 2020, what does hip hop represent today?’ asks Nunya. 

Soundcloud Rappers: Nunya goes on to introduce participants Queen Latifah, the actual QuestLove of the Roots, and Aka GuapLord and SmokeCheddaThaAssGetta, played by Davidson and Chalamet

Soundcloud Rappers: Nunya goes on to introduce participants Queen Latifah, the actual QuestLove of the Roots, and Aka GuapLord and SmokeCheddaThaAssGetta, played by Davidson and Chalamet

Eloquent: Queen and QuestLove deliver eloquent answers to Nunya's question, reflecting on the power of hip hop and its history

Eloquent: Queen and QuestLove deliver eloquent answers to Nunya’s question, reflecting on the power of hip hop and its history

Ye? 'Nah, see like -- me it's about ye, ye,' says GuapLord, which prompts everyone, except his cohort, to raise eyebrows

 Ye? ‘Nah, see like — me it’s about ye, ye,’ says GuapLord, which prompts everyone, except his cohort, to raise eyebrows

Queen and QuestLove deliver eloquent answers to Nunya’s question, reflecting on the power of hip hop and its history.  

‘Nah, see like — me it’s about ye, ye,’ says GuapLord, which prompts everyone, except his cohort, to raise eyebrows.

Asked to explain, Chalamet’s character SmokeCheddaThaAssGetta replies to Nunya with: ‘Like, when she skirt up on you, you just got to ye. Yeah, like ye ye.’ 

‘Right. Right, right, right. Well the two confident white boys raise an interesting point. The sound has changed but has it though?’ 

Queen and QuestLove’s insightful commentary is, once again, overshadowed, by the shallow nonsense spewing from GuapLord and SmokeCheddaThaAssGetta.

Explanation, please! Asked to explain, Chalamet's character SmokeCheddaThaAssGetta replies to Nunya with: 'Like, when she skirt up on you, you just got to ye. Yeah, like ye ye'

Explanation, please! Asked to explain, Chalamet’s character SmokeCheddaThaAssGetta replies to Nunya with: ‘Like, when she skirt up on you, you just got to ye. Yeah, like ye ye’

Nonsense: 'You know like -- when she got that Thang all up in your face, you not gonna ye?' asks Davidson's character, with SmokeCheddaThaAssGetta adding: 'Come on -- ye, you got to ye!'

Nonsense: ‘You know like — when she got that Thang all up in your face, you not gonna ye?’ asks Davidson’s character, with SmokeCheddaThaAssGetta adding: ‘Come on — ye, you got to ye!’

‘You know like — when she got that Thang all up in your face, you not gonna ye?’ asks Davidson’s character, with SmokeCheddaThaAssGetta adding: ‘Come on — ye, you got to ye!’ 

Nunya, trying to understand where the boys are coming from, asks them to share what hip hop artists influence their music, ‘How about rappers?’

Hilariously, GuapLord and SmokeCheddaThaAssGetta name the hamsters – or as they call them ‘car rats’ – from the 2011 Kia commercials as their biggest influence.  

‘Remember they had the rats driving and rapping in the commercial at the same time,’ Chalamet’s character recalled.

Car rats: Hilariously, GuapLord and SmokeCheddaThaAssGetta name the hamsters - or as they call them 'car rats' - from the 2011 Kia commercials as their biggest influence

Car rats: Hilariously, GuapLord and SmokeCheddaThaAssGetta name the hamsters – or as they call them ‘car rats’ – from the 2011 Kia commercials as their biggest influence

Had had enough: The pair later admit that they learned about 'rap' from the popular social media app TikTok, which proves to be the last straw for QuestLove who gets into a light scuffle with GuapLord and SmokeCheddaThaAssGetta

Had had enough: The pair later admit that they learned about ‘rap’ from the popular social media app TikTok, which proves to be the last straw for QuestLove who gets into a light scuffle with GuapLord and SmokeCheddaThaAssGetta

The pair later admit that they learned about ‘rap’ from the popular social media app TikTok, which proves to be the last straw for QuestLove who gets into a light scuffle with GuapLord and SmokeCheddaThaAssGetta.

Losing their ‘gansta’ personas, SmokeCheddaThaAssGetta grabs his cellphone and rings his dad to ‘come get [them].’

For the grand finale, the episode’s dynamic duo Pete Davidson and Timothee Chalamet put on their best sports-lover personas to act as hosts of a Fox News-inspired sports network called Sportsmax. 

Sportsmax: For the grand finale, the episode's dynamic duo Pete Davidson and Timothee Chalamet put on their best sports-lover personas to act as hosts of a Fox News-inspired sports network called Sportsmax

Sportsmax: For the grand finale, the episode’s dynamic duo Pete Davidson and Timothee Chalamet put on their best sports-lover personas to act as hosts of a Fox News-inspired sports network called Sportsmax

Don't believe the mainstream: 'Now, a lot of main stream sports networks, like ESPN, are saying that the Jets have not won a single game this year, that they're 0-12,' says Davidson, rocking a Jets hat and a grey blazer

Don’t believe the mainstream: ‘Now, a lot of main stream sports networks, like ESPN, are saying that the Jets have not won a single game this year, that they’re 0-12,’ says Davidson, rocking a Jets hat and a grey blazer

‘Now, a lot of main stream sports networks, like ESPN, are saying that the Jets have not won a single game this year, that they’re 0-12,’ says Davidson, rocking a Jets hat and a grey blazer.

‘Yeah, which is interesting, because the the truth is, the Jets already won 11 games this season,’ alleges Chalamet’s character, before taking their viewers on a conspiracy theory rabbit hole.

They go on to question the others sports networks, like ESPN, accusing them of messing with the scoring and, overall, rigging the ‘whole games.’

Hand sworn: 'Oh, the NFL. Of course [the NFL said the Jets lost]! Of course. Listen, I have in my hand sworn affidavit's, from 500 Jets fans, who swear they witnessed the jets win'

Hand sworn: ‘Oh, the NFL. Of course [the NFL said the Jets lost]! Of course. Listen, I have in my hand sworn affidavit’s, from 500 Jets fans, who swear they witnessed the jets win’

Rigged! They go on to question the others sports networks, like ESPN, accusing them of messing with the scoring and, overall, rigging the 'whole games'

Rigged! They go on to question the others sports networks, like ESPN, accusing them of messing with the scoring and, overall, rigging the ‘whole games’

Davidson, reading a report about the Jets losing a game, prompts Chalamet’s excitable character to yell: ‘Lost? Says who?’ 

 ‘Oh, the NFL. Of course [the NFL said the Jets lost]! Of course. Listen, I have in my hand sworn affidavit’s, from 500 Jets fans, who swear they witnessed the jets win.

‘But let me tell you something, there’s 8 million jets fans out there, 8 million, and they have nothing to gain by lying about this,’ Davidson insists. 

Nothing to gain: 'But let me tell you something, there's 8 million jets fans out there, 8 million, and they have nothing to gain by lying about this,' Davidson insists

Nothing to gain: ‘But let me tell you something, there’s 8 million jets fans out there, 8 million, and they have nothing to gain by lying about this,’ Davidson insists


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