She hasn’t been afraid to discuss her post-pregnancy liposuction and weight loss.
And Amy Schumer showed off her results on Tuesday when she posted a cheeky video of herself dancing topless to Instagram.
The 40-year-old comedian and actress was having some fun during downtime while she was being fitted for outfits to wear to the Oscars ceremony later this month, which she’s set to co-host.
Do a little dance: Amy Schumer, 40, wasn’t afraid to get a little risqué as she danced around a changing room topless in a video she posted to Instagram on Tuesday
Amy was pictured from behind while standing inside a dressing room where she was totally nude aside from a pair of plain black panties.
She had her blond hair tied up casually in a messy bun as she turned her head back toward the camera, revealing that she was going makeup-free for the fitting.
The view also highlighted the Trainwreck star’s lower back tattoo, which she has previously poked fun at.
‘Oscar and @lifeandbethhulu fitting. Can’t stop dancing,’ she wrote in her caption, adding the hashtags, ‘#badtattoo’ and ‘#baddancing.’
Having fun with it: ‘Oscar and @lifeandbethhulu fitting. Can’t stop dancing,’ she wrote in her caption, adding the hashtags, ‘#badtattoo’ and ‘#baddancing’
Showing off: Amy was pictured from behind and was nude aside from black panties. She had her blond hair tied up in a messy bun as she turned her head back toward the camera, revealing that she was going makeup-free for the fitting
No shame: The view also highlighted the Trainwreck star’s lower back tattoo, which she has previously poked fun at in her memoir The Girl With The Lower Back Tattoo
The woman filming couldn’t hold back a giggle as Amy threw her hands in the air and gyrated her hips.
She strutted forward with little baby steps in rhythm with hip hop that was playing faintly in the background.
Amy hasn’t been shy about her lower back tattoo in the past, and even featured in prominently in the title of her memoir The Girl With The Lower Back Tattoo.
In that book, she recounts how her mother drove her and her sister Kim to get the ‘tribal’ ink when she was 20, and even though she’s not afraid to make fun of it, she stressed that she doesn’t regret the experience.
‘Now that all of my work, my relationships, my tweets, my body parts, and my sandwiches are publicly analyzed, I’m proud that I labeled myself a flawed, normal human before anyone else did,’ she wrote. ‘I’ve been called everything in the book, but I already branded myself a tramp, so the haters are going to have to come up with something fresh.’
Amy was working on her preparations for her Oscars hosting gig, in which she’ll be joined by fellow comedian Wanda Sykes and actress Regina Hall.
On stage: Amy was working on her preparations for her Oscars hosting gig, in which she’ll be joined by fellow comedian Wanda Sykes and actress Regina Hall. She told THR last week that her lawyers forced her to tone down her material; seen in 2018
In her Hollywood Reporter profile — published last week — Amy said she was planning on fitting in as much raunchy humor into the iconic ceremony as she could, even though her lawyers had already instructed her to tone it down.
‘I emailed my lawyer about two jokes the other day, and he was like, “No!”‘ she admitted.
Although Amy seemed to think her material was up to snuff, it didn’t initially go off well when she tried out some ideas with Oscars producers via Zoom about a month ago and they just responded with silence.
‘I was like, “Can you guys hear me?”‘ she recalled, though she found it funny in hindsight.
The standup comic considers herself a connoisseur of ‘p***y jokes,’ though she admitted her longtime fans weren’t likely to hear any on ABC when the iconic awards show is broadcast on Sunday, March 27.
She recounted the start of one graphic nominee-themed joke that might have launched her introductory set: ‘My husband is going down on me, or as he calls it, Squid Game. So, he’s in my Nightmare Alley…’
Although she still planned to take ‘a couple risks,’ warnings from her legal team kept her away from the kind of jokes she would normally tell on stage.
Love story: She was also being fitted for her Hulu series Life & Beth, which is inspired by her romance with husband Chris Fischer, who is on the autism spectrum; seen in October in NYC
Amy also mentioned that she was getting fitted for her series Life & Beth, which premieres on March 18.
The series is inspired by her romance with husband Chris Fischer, a chef, who is on the autism spectrum.
She costars with Michael Cera, who plays a version of her husband and was ideal because of his ability to incorporate some of Chris’ mannerisms without simply copying him.
Amy joked it helped that he wasn’t just ‘some British lumberjack.’
She recounted how some of her husband’s behaviors — which were likely related to him being on the spectrum, even though he didn’t know it at the time — seemed like warning signs initially.
‘Are these red flags? Am I ignoring red flags?’ she remembered asking herself, which her character Beth will also ask.
Co-stars: Michael Cera stars opposite her in the series as her husband stand-in. She praised Cera for studying her husband’s mannerisms without just imitating them; still form Life & Beth