Trevor Noah, South African satirist and host of Comedy Central’s The Daily Show, has left the show after seven years as host.
Noah has hosted The Daily Show since 2015 after Jon Stewart’s departure.
“We laughed together, we cried together. But now, after seven years, I feel the time has come,” Noah told the audience late Thursday.
The Daily Show shared a clip of Noah’s farewell on social media.
The comedian said he would like to spend more time doing stand-up comedy.
“I spent two years in my apartment, not on the road. When I was out of stand-up and back there again, I realized there was another part of my life that I wanted to keep exploring,” he says. Added.
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He closed by thanking the audience as his studio audience gave them a standing ovation.
A new host has yet to be announced, and Noah has yet to state an exact departure date.
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