Pete Davidson was a stylish figure at Sunday’s Kennedy Honors.

28-year-old screenwriter looked great in a black tuxedo, a white shirt, and a black bow tie.

The Saturday Night Live cast supported Lorne Michaels who was recognized at the 44th annual ceremony.

Pete walked the red carpet wearing black patent leather shoes, a watch and a diamond bracelet. He also wore four rings between his hands.

He was wearing black sunglasses that obscured his eyes and flashed thumbs up gestures as he took his picture.

The Staten Island native wore his usual look, but he kept it simple with a shadow of beard and bleach blonde hair.

The TV star, currently associated with Kim Kardashian, wore black nail varnish.

Fans have been stunned and excited by their unusual pairing since October.

Their most recent public outing took place last week in Beverly Hills. Davidson was the only person to attend the Washington D.C. event.

After Kardashian filed for divorce from Kanye West, her longtime partner, their relationship blossomed.

The estranged couple reunited recently as Ye and the fashion world mourned the sudden passing of Louis Vuitton visionary Virgil Abloh at Miami’s Art Basel.

Davidson was seen arriving in DC Saturday ahead of the two day event, which is held each year to honor the legendary careers in the performing and visual arts.

In addition to Lorne Michs receiving a medallion this year, Bette Middler and Joni Mitchell were also honored. Berry Gordy Jr. and Justino Diaz were also acknowledged.

The gala event took place on Sunday, December 5, and the medallion ceremony began on Saturday. The ceremony included a performance as well as a private reception for five honorees.

The tradition of the President Joe Biden and First lady Jill Biden attending this year’s event was reestablished by Donald Trump.

Trump and Melania, the former first lady, declined to attend 2017 Honors. Two honorees had said that they would not attend Trump’s White House reception due to their opposing political views.

In 2018 and 2019, the former president and first lady opted out. Due to the pandemic, the event was delayed last year.