Amy Schumer is looking forward to taking on one of Hollywood's biggest hosting gigs, that being the 2022 Academy Awards at the end of March.
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Speaking to Extra TV, the actress revealed that she was ready to stir things up come Oscars night and go in no holds barred.
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She said: "I'm going to get myself in some trouble as per the [usual]…" Amy will be joined by fellow actresses Wanda Sykes and Regina Hall on stage.
"Wanda, Regina are hilarious. And we're having a blast preparing. And I mean, I don't know, I don't know who made the decision to let me personally be a host, but it's not a good one… because it'll burn all bridges. I'll burn every bridge."
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Amy shared the news with fans back in February along with an ecstatic message, saying: "Let's goooooooo!!!!! Honored to be performing with these legends @iamwandasykes and @morereginahall this was my big news.
"Mama I made it! Thanks @theacademy and mad genius @willpowerpacker."
Amy will host the Oscars alongside Wanda Sykes and Regina Hall
Many of her friends reacted to the announcement with praise for the trio, with Amanda Kloots simply writing: "OH YEAH!!" and Katie Couric sharing a flurry of clapping emojis.
Chelsea Handler commented: "Woo-hoo! Let's go!" and Kerry Washington also added: "I'm already laughing!!!!!! CANNOT WAIT!!!! QUEENS!!!!!"
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The Hollywood funny lady is juggling prepping for her hosting duties with the release of her upcoming Hulu show Life & Beth and being a mom to two-year-old son Gene.
She opened up about her difficult experience with pregnancy in the same interview, saying: "I felt so wronged by how much I hadn't [known]. I didn't know how hard pregnancy was.
Amy and husband Chris Fischer are parents to two-year-old Gene
"I mean, I had a specifically difficult pregnancy because of having hyperemesis and endometriosis, but pregnancy is so hard. And I just feel like the imagery and the portrayals of pregnancy that I had seen and what I knew to be right was just so false."
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