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The Amazon founder will launch into space about two weeks after stepping down as CEO.
No reason was provided for why Davidson can no longer make the flight.
The "Saturday Night Live" star is about to go where William Shatner has gone before — the edge of space aboard Jeff Bezos' Blue Origin rocket.
“I want to go to space,” Strahan told “Good Morning America.” “I think being there at the first launch, it really was mind-blowing.”
It seems William Shatner wasn’t the only celebrity who was asked to enter Bezos’ 60-mile-high club.
“Give me a Champagne bottle, c’mere. I want one,” Bezos says in a video of the moment, cutting off Shatner after his spaceflight.
The actor gave a rousing — and cheesy! — rendition of the Elton John hit in 1978, and it's making the rounds on Twitter.
“I hope I never recover from this," a deeply emotional Shatner said.
The 90-year-old became the oldest person in space aboard a Blue Origin ship and talked about the life-changing experience.