Amy Schumer Defends Her Weight: 'I'm 160 Pounds and Can Catch a D**k Whenever I Want'
By Antoinette Bueno
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Don't ever question Amy Schumer's ability to get a guy.
The 34-year-old comedian was as candid and hilarious as ever accepting her Trailblazer award during the 2015 Glamour U.K. Women of the Year ceremony Tuesday night. She, once again, called out Hollywood's skewered standards when it comes to women's bodies and looks.
Amy even called out British singer Ellie Goulding.
Following the "Love Me Like You Do" singer's speech, Amy cracked, "I love the way Ellie was like, 'Thank you for loving real people,' and she's like a f**king supermodel. Like, the little uglies, you found us!"
Then she dropped this gem.
"I'm probably, like, 160 pounds right now and I can catch a d**k whenever I want," she quipped, as the crowd clapped. "Like, that's the truth. It's not a problem."
Schumer also thanked Glamour U.K. for their non-sexist treatment of her.
"Any comic in the room knows that when a female comic does a photoshoot they're like, 'Oh cool, can you hold this plastic d**k over your head?’ ... They're the first magazine that was like, 'Smile,' and I was like, 'Where's the d**k?" she joked.
The Trainwreck star has talked about the double standards when it comes to women in comedy before, telling Today's Matt Lauer last month that her label as "the sex comic" and being "hilariously dirty" due to some of her racier jokes, is a little unfair.
"Honestly when people say I'm dirty and I talk about sex a lot, I don't feel like I talk about it any more than is normal, and I think because I am a woman that people notice it more," she pointed out. "I'll get up and in a 15-minute set, have one joke about sex sometimes, but they're still like, 'Oh, the sex comic.' But then a guy will come up and like, literally take his [bleep] out onstage, and it'll be like, 'He's a thinker; let's give him a show.'"