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Amy Schumer cracks a LOT of jokes… but the funny lady has had her share of serious situations, too!
The New York native revealed that she wasn't involved with theater in high school. Instead, she dished about how she spent her free time playing volleyball, and often enjoyed taking a surfboard out on the ocean.
However, the gorgeous gal spilled about one time when she accidentally stabbed herself with a fin from the bottom of her board, saying:
"I have a pretty bad scar on my leg from surfing. Forty-one stitches, three layers. I skegged myself. My whole fin went into my leg, and I had to yank it out. I was by myself."
Ow ow ow ow!!!
But that's not all! The Trainwreck star continued the terrifying tale, adding that she was out pretty far in the ocean and almost didn't find anyone to help her stop the bleeding:
Jennifer Lawrence and Amy Schumer were separated at birth!
These two are seriously perfect for each other, and you know it's a true friendship when one isn't afraid to call out the other one.
In a new clip for Vanity Fair, the Trainwreck star listens to J.Law's answers to interview questions and fact-checks them to let us know whether her bestie is telling the truth!
It's hilarious and adorable, and you should totally watch it (below)!
Also, you'll never guess where Jennifer peed once. Let Amy break it down for you!
It's no question that Amy Schumer is currently Hollywood's "It Girl".
After raking in hundreds of millions of dollars with her blockbuster film Trainwreck, snagging an Emmy award for her show Inside Amy Schumer, and building an A-list squad with Jennifer Lawrence and Chris Pratt, it seems like there's nothing Miz Schumer can't do. However, despite her new found fame, the blonde beauty is still trying to navigate through the waters of Tinseltown.
In a recent sit down with Vanity Fair, Amy opened up about her longtime besties, the media's fixation on her relationship, and her recent dedication to advocating for gun control. Oh man!
Ch-ch-check out the highlights from her sit down with magazine for yourself (below)!
When bridges burn, they stay burnt!
The Unforgettable actress stopped by the The Howard Stern Show on Wednesday and clarified the negative comments she made about the 2007 comedy.
Following the film's successful release, Heigl slammed the comedy as being "a little sexist" in a Vanity Fair interview, saying the movie "paints the women as shrews, as humorless and uptight."
Obviously, that scathing review of her own movie didn't sit so well with Rogen and Apatow — who made it clear they wouldn't be working with Heigl anytime soon after that.
But in Wednesday's interview, the 37-year-old said
After her husband of 13 years allegedly had an affair with the nanny of their three children, the 46-year-old was left uncertain about life as a songwriter.
She explained the importance of the hit song Used To Love You in a new interview with Vanity Fair:
"I went through a real period of anger, but I felt like this song was almost like a forgiveness song. It's admitting, I used to love you and now I don't."
This first single is what got her motivated to get back in the studio:
"I opened this channel to writing again. It was me being honest, being real."
But even then, Miz Stefani admitted to being unsure about if she would be successful in her career ever again:
"I was so scared and insecure and thought it was over for me. I think the hardest thing I did, was to get out of bed and go to the studio."
Well we sure are glad she did!
When it comes to her new muse of a country crooner, the mom-of-three said she is "for sure" in love again — and that's helped her more than anything as a musician:
"I feel like I'm in an amazing songwriting place; instead of being closed off, I'm thinking about positivity and how I can do something creative. I'm just doing what I want to do. It's so incredible to be in that zone. I'm always looking for the next song, and now I don't have to be insecure or write about heartache."
Good for her!
So happy to see Gwen back on her feet! Don't ever doubt yourself, girl!
The most impressive thing about the former couple is how friendly they seem to be towards each other for the sake of their kids.
While Ben already chatted a bit about his thoughts on Jennifer's candid interview with Vanity Fair about their split, the 43-year-old actor stopped by Ellen DeGeneres' talk show on Wednesday to dish about his family, his upcoming film Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice — oh, and to get both scared AND hit in the face with a pie!
Not only did the Hollywood hunk talk about staying together for the kids, but he also dished on how his son Samuel Garner Affleck, thinks his dad goes to the Batcave when he goes to work. Awww!
Ch-ch-check out the interview (above) and catch Affleck getting the crap scared out of him and have a pie thrown in his face for charity (below)!
This was bound to happen.
Now, the Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice star is putting in his two cents.
In an interview with New York Times, the 43-year-old reluctantly dished on his side of the story. In an effort to protect the couple's three children from the "great miasma of junk on the Internet," Affleck shared: