Leave it to Amy Schumer to joke about her sex life while receiving an award for comedic excellence. The Trainwreck star, who accepted the Charlie Chaplin Brittania Award for Excellence in Comedy at the BAFTA Britannia Awards on Friday, Oct. 30, made several tongue-in-cheek remarks about her love life to a celeb-filled audience, no holds barred.
When reporters asked the comedian if she’s currently seeing anybody, Schumer, 34, responded, “No. My vagina remains vacant.”
The entrance fee? “At least five dollars,” she joked.
Later, onstage, the outspoken star noted that she originally thought the inspiration for the award was Roald Dahl’s 1964 classic Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, not legendary actor Charlie Chaplin.
“I’ll never forget the first time I saw him just running around that chocolate factory,” she told the crowd upon receiving the award. “When he got that golden ticket, whose heart didn’t jump out of their chest?”
Schumer then turned the quip into a sexual innuendo as she discussed the 1971 flick Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory, based on the book.
“Watching the movie inspired my boyfriend at the time to take a trip up my chocolate river,” she said, adding after a long pause, “You guys don’t have anal over the pond?”
Also honored at the event were Meryl Streep, Sam Mendes, James Corden, Orlando Bloom, and Harrison Ford.
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