Amy Schumer Did The Sweetest Thing Ever For Her High School Friends

by Katie Corvino
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The beautiful and talented Amy Schumer is the face on the new cover of Vanity Fair.

In the latest issue, the comedian opened up about her fame, friends and future films. Just when I thought I couldn't love Amy any more, she gave me more to gush over in this epic VF interview.

One of the reasons I admire Amy so much is she never loses sight of the people who truly matter to her. She constantly raves about her sister, Kim Caramele, and maintains a close relationship with her high school friends.

In the interview, while talking about her friends, Amy said,

These girls, these monsters... They're afraid I'm going to forget about them. So, like, they keep buying me things, to remind me of them.

Despite making new friends in Hollywood like BFF Jennifer Lawrence, Amy makes sure to keep her high school clique close.

She introduced all seven women to J Law, and they even vacationed in the Hamptons together last summer.

The best part of all? Amy made sure to take all her high school friends to J Law's final "Hunger Games" movie premiere. She recalled the experience of speaking with Lawrence's people to get her friends into the film screening. She shared,

I was like, 'I have to bring all my friends from high school.' They were like, 'Are you serious?' I was like, 'Yeah, if I go and don't bring them, it'll be an issue.'

If that's not true friendship, then I don't know what is. I'd probably pay a million dollars to be her BFF for two minutes, so these high school pals are lucky AF.

I'm gonna be honest, Amy continues to blow me away with her raw honesty, humor and loyalty to others. This is probably the 293,943 article I've written about her because I just love the woman so much.

AMY, IF YOU'RE READING THIS, PLEASE GIVE ME A SIGN. I know we didn't go to high school together, but I think this could be the start to a beautiful friendship. Plus, I'll buy you tequila. LOTS OF IT.

Citations: Amy Schumer Interview (Vanity Fair)