Amy Schumer Shoots Bombshell Cover For ‘Vanity Fair’
Amy Schumer channeled her inner Marilyn Monroe posing on the cover of Vanity Fair’s May issue. The naughty comedian sat for Annie Leibovitz, who was inspired by the 1940’s pin-up era. Schumer slipped into a strapless red body suit and was not afraid to flaunt her stuff.
The special issue was themed “Sisters,” which fit perfectly for Schumer since she and sister, Kim Caramele, are power siblings. In the interview, Schumer discusses her movie Trainwreck, which they produced together and many other projects they have in store.
Posting a picture of her on a faux-missile literally making a bombshell shot, “Woops wrong photo. Here I am!,” she captioned on Instagram.
Schumer couldn’t finish the Vanity Fair shoot without begging Leibovitz to take at least one crazy photo. “I begged Annie to photograph me with no underwear on in just a T-shirt,” Schumer told Vanity Fair. “I explained to her how important it was to me and she finally agreed. I felt powerful and beautiful. She understood once we shot it. Or maybe she ran to the bathroom to throw up. It was one of the most meaningful moments of my life.”
“I’m not Joan Rivers, where I’m like, ‘A full calendar is happiness,’” she said. “I would love to do nothing, like waking up and not knowing what you’re going to do that day,” she told Vanity Fair.