Want to know what goes on a Pete Davidson comedy show? Well, you have two options, either pay for an admission ticket or spend $1 million to find out from a former attendee. Taking extra precautions to protect his show, the Saturday Night Live star is reportedly making attendees sign a $1 million nondisclosure agreement before admission.

In a Facebook post, one fan, Stacy Young, posted the alleged NDA, which states “the individual shall not give any interviews, offer any opinions or critiques, or otherwise participate by any means or in any form whatsoever (including but not limited to blogs, Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, Instagram, or any other social networking or other websites whether now existing or hereafter created).”

In the post, Young claims she got an email "informing me that in order to see this show I have to sign a nondisclosure agreement." It also states that the fine for breaking the NDA is a whopping $1 million.

“I didn’t want to sign it because it was basically saying that I wasn’t able to comment on it or have an opinion,” Young told Variety. “The most you could say is ‘no comment.'” After refusing to sign the NDA emailed to her from the venue, Young was given a full refund but there was no additional information as to why this was happening. “I called the box office and wondered if it was for a special, but they didn’t have any information.”

Neither Pete Davidson nor the Sydney Goldstein Theater have commented on the issue. However, the comedian is expected to have another comedy show this Saturday at Chicago's Vic Theatre.

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