Ok, so Amy Schumer may not be married, but she’s not letting that small obstacle deter her from auditioning to be a real housewife.
The comedian knows that she has become quite an influence on women and hopes to continue to inspire others and use her new found power for good- well mostly good.
“Love Your Smile”, a sketch featured on Tuesday night’s “Inside Amy Schumer”, finds Amy in an office with a self-proclaimed “smile consultant” as she struggles to put his tips into motion. (You just know that job has to exist somewhere in this world.).
“I want to make women laugh. You and I are not gonna play like that”. I’m gonna keep speaking up and creating all this work. But I made a decision. She added, “I don’t need a man, but I want one – anyone”. For instance, some in comedy circles have joked that Schumer has slept her way to the top – but it’s no laughing matter for her. Not at all.
According to Schumer, it was director Judd Apatow who convinced her to write a movie, something “I don’t think I would have had the confidence to do”, she said.
AS: I was headlining at a comedy club, and you saw one of the security guards, who had always been so nice to me, saying, “Amy’s so successful now. And to not apologize.'”. ‘I don’t want to mention which team because it’s not a professional one.’. She hysterically challenges beauty ideals, the female obsession with perfection, women’s roles in relationships, and Hollywood’s ridiculous standards. For women, we’re taught to eat less until we disappear. “Men are not trained that way”. The script came about as “I was falling in love at the time and was really scared and not enjoying it”.
Just like Melissa McCarthy in 2011, Schumer could get a boost from her summer comedy flick “Trainwreck” that hits theaters during Emmy voting.
In a behind-the-scenes video from the shoot, Amy shares her internal monologue from the shoot, which is largely focused on how hard it is to pose when there’s wind being blown directly in your eyes.
Despite wanting love, because she’s famous Schumer still has to be tired of potential suitors.