Pete Davidson cancels New York City performance two hours before showtime due to 'unforeseen circumstances'

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Pete Davidson canceled his show at New York City's Beacon Theater two hours before he was supposed to go on stage.YouTube SNL

Pete Davidson has canceled his comedy show two hours before showtime amid his mental health struggles.

New York's Beacon Theater took to its Instagram Story on Friday to notify fans of its last-minute cancellation due to “unforeseen circumstances.”

The comedian has also postponed his show at the venue on December 23.

while, Show Ticket Master location Davidson's pre-New Year shows through January 6 have also been cancelled.

If all goes as planned, he will take the stage at the Premier Theater in Mashantucket, Ct.

Representatives for “Saturday Night Live” were not immediately available to Page Six for comment.

The Beacon Theater took to Instagram to reveal that the comedian has canceled his Friday and Saturday night comedy shows. Beacon Theater/Instagram

While it's unclear why Davidson, 30, missed his shows, many fans took to social media to express their disappointment.


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“I was literally about to walk out the door for Pete Davidson's show only to see it was canceled 2 and a half hours before the show was supposed to start… RIP this week is not going my way,” tweeted one fan who attended the New York City show.

“I was excited to see Pete Davidson tonight but his show just got cancelled,” commented another.

Davidson's shows leading into the new year have also been cancelled, according to Ticket Master. splashnews.com

The “King of Staten Island” actor — who began touring in September — made headlines last month when he shouted “fk you” to an audience member for violating the no-phone policy during his stand-up routine.

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The heated moment lasted for seconds as fans realized that the comedian has been struggling with his mental health in the past year.

Page Six exclusively reported in June that he entered rehab in Pennsylvania due to his struggle with borderline personality disorder and post-traumatic stress disorder.

According to the website, he is expected to return to the stage on January 6. YouTube SNL

“Pete regularly goes to rehab to 'tune up' and take a mental break, and that's what's happening,” a source told US.

Just a few weeks ago, Davidson lashed out at PETA's president after the animal rights group criticized him for purchasing a puppy from a pet store.

A foul-mouthed audio message obtained by Page Six revealed that the comedian told Daphna Nachminovich, senior vice president of cruelty investigations, “Fuck you and suck your d—k.”

The cancellation of “Saturday Night Live” comes after a year of mental health issues. Starthestar/SplashNews.com

He explained that he was “severely allergic to dogs” and simply couldn't adopt any breed.

“My mother's two-year-old dog died a week ago, so we're all very sad, so I had to get a certain dog,” he said, adding that the dog was his mother's.

“So why don't you do your research before you create news stories for people because you're boring.”

Davidson checked himself into rehab over the summer as he struggled with borderline personality disorder and post-traumatic stress disorder. WireImage

The “Bupkis” star was also charged over the summer with reckless driving after he drove his car into a house in Beverly Hills, California while driving with his ex-girlfriend Chase Sui Wonders in March.

Davidson – who entered an 18-month diversion program due to his first accident – crashed his car for a second time while leaving his comedy show in Los Angeles in October.

Meanwhile, the actor has been busy with his girlfriend Madeline Klein, whom he has been dating since October.

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