Amy Schumer stopped by The Late Show With Stephen Colbert to promote her upcoming comedy film, Snatched. While she was there, the comedian told Stephen about the time protesters picketed her book-signing event.
Amy explained that she had been given a Canada goose coat last winter. Apparently, animal rights activists took notice of Amy’s new coat, and showed up to her book signing to share their feelings with the Trainwreck star. While no geese are killed in the making of Canada goose coats, the same cannot be said about coyotes. Amy told Stephen, “What they do is, to make the hoods, they kill coyotes.” Amy then added, “If I made a list of the animals I care about more than coyotes … it would be a list of every animal. I don’t care.”
Even though Amy wasn’t bothered by the coat with coyote fur, she stopped wearing it and made a promise to PETA. Amy said, “I was like, ‘PETA, I promise I would never wear fur again … visibly.'” That’s when Amy revealed her hilarious flightless bird clothing line, saying, “At all times, I’m wearing tortured ostrich underwear, and I want you all to know that. You can’t see it.” In case that wasn’t graphic enough for you, Amy then added, “I torture them in my apartment.”
The Late Show With Stephen Colbert airs weeknights at 11:35 p.m. on CBS.
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