Los Angeles | Funnywoman Amy Schumer dropped the C-word, which was censored for the television viewers, while introducing clips from her movie Trainwreck at the 73rd Golden Globes.
Schumer, 34, and her close friend Jennifer Lawrence were in fine form at the ceremony as the two nominees presented their movies Trainwreck and Joy.
Host Ricky Gervais introduced the actresses, saying they asked him to point out that they’re best friends.
It’s like they’ve never had a friend before, said Gervais. I’m J Law, said Lawrence. I’m A Schu, said Schumer. Lawrence told the comedienne that she could not just give herself a celebrity nickname. It has to come naturally, explained Lawrence.
Usually they just call me a c said Schumer, as she was bleeped out on television. Schumer went on to test out celebrity couple names for herself, pairing her name with Tom Hardy and all of the Hemsworthses.
Then the actresses joked about all of the preconceived notions people have of women in Hollywood, including that everyone wants to be friends with Jen and Amy and that they should be models.
Both were nominated for best actress in a motion picture, musical or comedy. When Lawrence was named as the winner, Schumer gave her a giant hug and a standing ovation.
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