Oh, this Amy Schumer Vanity Fair cover.
Remember that time when Amy Schumer was up for pleasuring that light saber on the cover of GQ? This is not that time. Amy Schumer has the cover everyone wanted, so well-deserved, so velvety red, so bombshell and Hollywood, and classic Vanity Fair.
She’s flaunting an honest portrait of herself in a red corset, and pleasantly, her face and her neck definitely look just like her actual face and neck. Shot by Annie Leibovitz, classic Amy is all over this package, being silly and ridiculous on the inside, riding some sort of rocket with a duck face. But on the cover, we’ve got a blonde, boobalicious, blue-eyed famous young woman who is still far more relatable than her fellow babes we’re used to seeing, and it’s quite glorious. It’s a first for the magazine for sure.
If you previously wondered whether or not she the Schum an actual hot mess in real life, here’s some proof she’s pretty glamorous. Inside, you know the stuff that counts, she talks about J. Law, her anti-gun violence mission, and her favorite person, her sister who unfortunately, isn’t you. And it’s not an issue dedicated to size or loving yourself despite all the haterade out there, because if you’re talented, it is possible to transcend all that noise.