Trevor Noah shocks viewers by asserting he’s leaving ‘The Daily Show’: ‘My time is up’


Trevor Noah shocked his reside Daily Show viewers and viewers alike on Thursday by asserting that he’d be stepping down as host after seven years. Noah got here to the choice after a dialog with Daily Show correspondent Roy Wood Jr.

“I was chatting to Roy Wood Jr. yesterday when we finished the show,” Noah stated, “and he reminded me that it has been seven years since we started The Daily Show With Trevor Noah.”

Noah then appeared again on a few of his experiences since first taking the reins in 2015, and spoke about coming to the conclusion that his time on the present had come to an finish.

“I just found myself filled with gratitude for the journey. It’s been absolutely amazing. It’s something that I never expected.” Noah stated. “And I found myself thinking, throughout the time, you know, everything we’ve gone through. The Trump presidency, the pandemic. Just the journey of, you know, the more pandemic. And I realized that after the seven years, my time is up.”

The viewers had an audible response to this announcement.

Roy Wood Jr. instantly took to Twitter to precise his remorse for citing how lengthy they’ve been on the present.

Fans despatched Noah well-wishes following the announcement.

But whereas Noah, who additionally makes substantial income from touring, expressed gratitude for his time on the present, he stated he’s not going wherever fairly but.

“I couldn’t have done it without you, and I wouldn’t have wanted to do it without you,” Noah stated. “And so, we’ll figure out the timings and whens. You know, we’ll still be here for the time being. But all I can say is, thank you very much.”

The Daily Show With Trevor Noah airs weeknights at 11 p.m. on Comedy Central.

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