The comedian returns for his fourth spot with the brand — and perhaps the funniest yet
Pete Davidson is getting hands-on with Manscaped's latest commercial.
In a raunchy new ad — that's not for the faint of heart — the Saturday Night Live alum, 30, visits an ultra-specialized barber shop, where he sweeps up spare hair and consults with a customer who wants a special shave.
“Welcome to the ball-ber shop,” Davidson says as a customer enters. “We’ll be with you shortly. Take your pants off.”
The comedian helps a customer get his shave of choice — the “screaming eagle” — alongside barber Enrico, who Davidson says “did mine.”
Enrico gets to trimming while Davidson explains the tool at hand: the Lawn Mower 5.0 Ultra, which features dual interchangeable heads and is waterproof (a keen feature in the bathroom).
“Ball work is honest work. Someone’s gotta do it,” Davidson concludes as he gets hit by an unfortunate cloud of hair.
The comedian was announced as the face of the men’s grooming company in July 2022.
“This is my fourth commercial shoot with Manscaped and quite possibly my favorite one – I mean, who wouldn’t want to go to a ball-ber shop?” Davidson tells PEOPLE exclusively.
Davidson’s commercials for Manscaped have ranged from a beard-trimming ad where the comedian admits he can’t grow a beard to a holiday commercial where Santa takes Davidson’s trimmer (in exchange for a trail of white body hair).
"Dear Pete, may you have a Merry Christmas and a smooth New Year,” Santa wrote in a note to Davidson.
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In another ad, Davidson jokes, "Let's show them how hairless we could be, boys,” as he introduces himself as the new face (“among other parts”) of the brand.
In a prior statement, Manscaped founder and CEO Paul Tran said that Davidson is “the perfect brand partner” since he fits the brand’s values, one of which is “to not take ourselves too seriously.”
Davidson previously told PEOPLE that “it's not every day you find a brand that appreciates and even encourages a good ball joke."
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