Amy Schumer landed the cover of ‘Vanity Fair,’ and she has never looked better! She rocked a sexy little red bodysuit and flaunted her cleavage for the cover — we’re obsessed! What do you guys think of the May issue?
Amy Schumer, 34, has graced the cover of Vanity Fair’s May issue, and the blonde bombshell looks flawless! Our favorite comedienne posed on the cover in a red hot bodysuit and she flaunted major cleavage — she looks amazing. Amy dished to the magazine about everything from fame to love and everything she said was hilarious, as usual. What do you guys think of her cover?
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For the photo shoot, shot by Annie Leibovitz and styled by Jessica Diehl, Amy bared it all in two sexy bodysuits. For the cover, she donned a red strapless, sweetheart neckline bodysuit made out of crushed velvet and she posed against a red curtain — she literally looked like a circus ringmaster — we loved it. For her second look, she flashed just as much cleavage in a gold bodysuit as she straddles a matching gold rocket ship. She looks amazing!
Aside from looking flawless, Amy had so much to say. She discussed how her fame has lead to such a heavy workload. “I love all the things that I’m doing, but that all my time is accounted for? I’m not Joan Rivers, where I’m like, ‘A full calendar is happiness.’ I would love to do nothing, like waking up and not knowing what you’re going to do that day. The other day I was so overwhelmed I left work an hour early and I just went and watched Labyrinth on my sister’s couch.”
She also explains that being a comedienne and entertainer started at such an early age, “As soon as I could make expressions, I was trying to make my parents laugh.”
Amy also responded to the backlash she received when she posted a picture of herself on Instagram, wearing a prosthetic baby bump. Her fans went wild and said her and her boyfriend, Ben Hanisch, were going to have a baby. “I feel like right now I’m going to crack down and keep myself more private for that reason. Which feels, you know, kind of counter-intuitive as a comic. But I don’t know—it seems necessary.” Good for you, Amy!
What do you guys think of Amy’s cover spread — do you love it as much as we do?