Kate McKinnon Details ‘SNL’ Exit Over ‘Grueling Schedule’: ‘Telling Lorne Was Really Hard’

Like fellow “Saturday Night Live” greats, Kate McKinnon sometimes just can’t stop laughing.However, the 10-season “SNL” icon revealed that breaking character in sketches was not all fun and games for her.“I felt ashamed, because we’re not supposed to, and there’s something unprofessional about it,” McKinnon revealed during Vulture’s Good One podcast.

“And yet sometimes it was just too fun.

There was a hint, I guess, of wanting the audience to know like, ‘Oh, man, I love this.

You have no idea how much I love Aidy Bryant and how much I love this job and how much I love these jokes.’”She added, “So sometimes I would allow myself to just go there.”The “Bombshell” star continued that she was “definitely not sure” about when to exit the legendary sketch series before announcing her exit at the end of Season 47, along with fellow cast members Pete Davidson,

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