Academy Awards co-host Amy Schumer stopped by “Watch What Happens Live With Andy Cohen” on Wednesday to share her thoughts on Will Smith’s slap of Chris Rock — the moment that “really changed the air in the room.”

“I’ll just say, I was backstage and I knew I had to go out. I was kind of the only host that was going out solo after that. It really felt like the Situation Room, you know, of comedy,” Schumer told Cohen.

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The “Trainwreck” actress and comedian explained she grew more shocked when Smith won the Oscar for Best Actor (for his role in “King Richard”) and even received a standing ovation.

“We were all just, like, watching the monitor. And then he won. Everybody was just kind of floored with the whole thing. And I was just thinking about, What am I going to do when I go out there?

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The following weekend, Schumer performed a standup routine and briefly addressed the “upsetting” incident, stating that Smith’s slap “says so much about toxic masculinity.”