Amy Schumer Tries to Get Goldie Hawn to Legally Adopt Her at the MTV Movie & TV Awards

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Amy Schumer has frequently said she wishes she could be Goldie Hawn's daughter, and at the MTV Movie & TV Awards on Sunday, the actress tried to make her dream come true.
The Snatched co-stars took the stage to present the award for Movie of the Year, but before they made the announcement, Hawn wanted to share some kind words about her young comedy partner.
"I have to tell you something. I had the best time with you," Hawn praised. "You're so much like [me], you could be my daughter. When I look at you, I just want to snuggle you."
"I love you! I feel the exact same way, I really do," Schumer said, beaming. "Which is why we should make it official, you know?"
Despite her praise, Hawn seemed to balk at the suggestion, and got even more concerned when Schumer called out a man in a suit to join them on stage.
"This is Isaac, this is my lawyer," Schumer said, as he handed her a document from his briefcase. "This is an actually, legally binding adoption form, so that we can make this real! So that I can be your daughter in the eyes of the law and everybody."
Schumer tried to hand the legal document to Hawn, who tried to come up with a valid reason to forgo singing.
"Well, you know, I don't have a pen!" Hawn said, laughing nervously.
"Oh, that's not a problem! Actually, we have a pen," Schumer said as Isaac opened up suit jacket to show that it was lined with dozens of ballpoint pens.
"Oh… well, that is so crazy…" Hawn stammered, before figuring out that the only way to get out of this is to begin listing the category nominees, as Schumer looked on confused and somewhat disappointed.
ET caught up with Schumer back in April where she opened up about how she approached Hawn to come back to acting after a 15-year break.
"I just approached her on a plane and she is very sweet, she is a lot nicer than me," Schumer explained. "I was like, 'Yeah, I want you to be in a movie with me.' And she was like, 'OK, honey.'" Check out the video below to hear more.