Amy Schumer has been making the rounds at SiriusXM on Tuesday, chatting about her recent wedding and whirlwind courtship on “The Howard Stern Show” and “Jim Norton & Sam Roberts”.
A frequent guest on Stern’s show, Schumer opened up about the ceremony to reveal the toast that pal Jennifer Lawrence made at the reception.
“It was really sweet, because we just joke around so much,” Schumer told Stern. “But to hear her say, ‘You’re the matriarch now, it’s a role you’ll be so good at, I know you love fiercely.’ And then she also said, ‘I wish for you patience, which you don’t have.’ Like, she also sort of roasted me.”
Schumer also joked that some of her female friends spoke about how she had empowered them, although the examples they chose (“Amy taught me how to shoplift”) were less than inspirational. “I’m like, my new in-laws are here,” she quipped. “Just reel it in a little.”
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In addition, Schumer told Stern about her NSFW wedding vows and revealed that she and now-husband Chris Fischer had sex on their first date. “You know me,” she joked.
The 36-year-old star of upcoming big-screen comedy “I Feel Pretty” also recommended marriage, and admitted that she can now see herself and Fischer starting a family.
Following her visit to “The Howard Stern Show”, Schumer stopped by “Jim Norton & Sam Roberts”, where she revealed that singer Adele nearly officiated the wedding.
“I was staying in L.A. at a house near Jennifer Lawrence, who lives right by Adele, and they’re really good friends and I’d never met her before,” said Schumer. “We hung out a little bit that week, and then we were just real drunk one night, and we were talking about how we wanted to get married, and Adele was like, ‘Well, I can marry you.’ And we were like, ‘OK, cool.’ We were making a whole plan… and then the next day, she was like, ‘Hey, we’re not really, like, friends.”
As Schumer explained, Adele had gotten ordained to marry some good friends, and was probably worried her friends would “be annoyed if I just start marrying random basic b***hes.” Watch: