AceShowbiz - Amy Schumer made a hilarious speech after winning the Trailblazer Award at the 2015 Glamour Awards. Delivered in her comical style, the acceptance speech was full of NSFW contents which made the audience laugh.
"I'm not nervous," Schumer opened her speech. "I don't live here." The 34-year-old comic apparently made the speech candidly as she was spotted gasping quite often during her speech. However, suddenly she said, "I'm probably like 160 pounds right now and I can catch a d**k whenever I want. And that's the truth." It was responded with laughter by the audience.
The "Price Check" actress opened up that someone asked her whether she felt "out of place." She said she answered it, "No, of course not. I'm... Look, I'm very glamorous. I didn't loose my two front teeth until I was in fifth grade, which is late." The stand-up comedian then told the audience about her personal experience which was supposed to be private. "And that very same week I got my period, which is early," she continued. "So I was just like this jack-o-lantern with tits walking around. Just like 'trick or treat.' "
Her hilarious speech continued as she talked about her body hair. "You don't need to shave above your knees," she said while checking something down. "So, just a werewolf. Just, Christopher Robin from here on down."
Schumer later thanked Glamour for giving her the award. "Glamour, thank you so much," she said. "Glamour has been so nice to me." However, she then made a joke about the trophy she had and associated it with man's genital. "Just any comic in the room knows that when a female comic has a photoshoot, they're like, 'Oh cool. Can you hold this, like plastic d**k over your head?' "
Though she had shared a very private story with the audience, she said, "No, I'm not gonna apologize for who I am and I am gonna actually love this skin that I am in and not be striving for some other version of myself." She then admitted, "I make fun of women's magazines a lot because they're just great fodder and some of them make you feel bad for being born with a p***y."
On a final note, Schumer thanked the magazine, her younger sister and Goldie Hawn, whom she adored for inspiring her and making her laugh so much.