The Trainwreck star says her nominations are great revenge on her ex-boyfriends

By Andrea Park
December 10, 2015 10:15 AM
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Trainwreck is certainly not living up to its name.

Amy Schumer called in to the Today show on Thursday morning to react to her two Golden Globe nominations for best actress in a comedy and best comedy film, both for this summer’s Trainwreck.

“It feels so good. It’s like, it really feels good and I’m proud of what I accomplished, but yeah, really, it is more about the revenge,” Schumer responds to host Savannah Guthrie‘s asking if she’s calling ex-boyfriends to brag about the exciting news.

“I want to really thank the Hollywood Foreign Press, but more than that, there are people I want to say ‘no thank you’ to – how much time do we have left on the show?” Schumer jokes.

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When Guthrie and co-host Matt Lauer ask for cameos in Trainwreck 2, Schumer is hesitant to just give away the roles – “We’ll look at your audition tapes but the demand is high, so I don’t know” – so Guthrie offers a nude scene from Lauer.

“I picture Matt nude but still wearing his socks and loafers,” Schumer says. “Give the people what they want!”

Schumer also later took to social media to share her excitement over her nominations, posting a funny pic of her as a youngster that illustrates just how she’s feeling now.

“Me with my first globe predicting this moment #tbt Holy hell! Thank you Hollywood foreign press!! This is a dream,” she tweeted.

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