During an appearance on Late Night with Seth Meyers on Thursday night, Davidson opened up about his and fiancée Ariana Grande‘s recent addition: a porcine pal.
“The first two days, it was really new and it didn’t move much,” Davidson told Meyers of the pig. “But then — now, it’s starting to bite.”
Doing a head butting motion, Davidson continued, “Starting to do stuff like — it’s a pig.”
When Meyers remarked that people don’t typically keep pigs as pets in Manhattan — where the bride and groom-to-be reside — Davidson admitted, “So, you know, I see why.”
Earlier this month, Grande, 25, shared a series of Instagram stories showing herself and Davidson, 24, cuddling up to a tiny brown pig.
Proving his love for their new addition, Davidson got a tattoo of the pig just one day later. In a photo posted by tattoo artist Mira Mariah, the ink of the pig’s face can be seen on Davidson’s side. The pig’s name was also revealed as Piggy Smallz.
“Can I just say, this girl, she was like, ‘I want a pig,’ ” Davidson said on Thursday, recounting how they acquired the animal. “And then an hour later, it was just there. You know what I mean? Like I’m still trying to get a Propecia refill for the last two weeks. This chick got a pig in a f—ing hour.”
Of Piggy Smallz, Davidson praised, “Oh, it’s a top bitch. … It’s a bougie pig.”
The pig, he said, has tripled in size since the couple first adopted it, but still, he told Meyers, “I love it, yeah, I want it to get big and fat.”
During the interview, Davidson also opened up about the upcoming season of Saturday Night Live — and the sketch comedy series’ showrunner Lorne Michael’s feelings about the comedian’s growing collection of body art.
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“He doesn’t like them,” said Davidson. “He’s never said that but he’ll, like, drop hints.”
Davidson said that once Lorne questioned him about a recent wolf tattoo, asking, “Is that ’cause you don’t remember what they look like?”