Amy Schumer is getting candid about getting lucky on her first date with husband Chris Fischer!
The 36-year-old comedian and actress, who tied the knot on Feb. 13, was a guest on Sirius XM's The Howard Stern Show and nothing was off-limits as Schumer and Stern talked sex, X-rated wedding vows and potential motherhood.
“We had sex. You know me. Sex!” Schumer told the radio star while discussing her first date with the chef. “There was no nonsense. It was just, ‘Let’s go.’ And, it was sweet. It was really nice. We had a great night.”
“I have a habit of not letting people sleep in my bed, and so I wanted him to sleep there, then in the morning, I was happy he was there,” she continued. “I said in the morning, ‘I don’t want you to go,’ and he said, ‘I don’t want to go either.’ And, then we just worked really hard to keep seeing each other.”
The couple surprised the world with their nuptials, which took place at a private home in Malibu, California.
In another Sirius XM interview, with the Jim and Sam Show's Jim Norton and Sam Roberts, Schumer revealed how songstress Adele was the reason why the big day happened so spontaneously.
“I was staying L.A. in a house near Jennifer Lawrence, who lives right by Adele and they’re really good friends and I’d never met her before, so we hung out a little bit that week,” Schumer shared. “Then we were real drunk one night and talking about how we wanted to get married and Adele was like, ‘Well, I can marry you,’ and we were like, ‘OK, cool.’ We were making a whole plan, like Tuesday at noon, because she takes care of her kid."
“Then the next day, she’s like, ‘Hey, we’re not really friends,’” Schumer continued. “She got ordained to marry her good friend, so I think she was like, ‘They’ll be annoyed if I just start marrying random basic b***hes.’ So, then we were like, ‘Should we still get married on Tuesday?’ and decided, ‘Yeah, who cares, let’s do it, so there’s no drama. No planning.’ When you see your friend go through planning a wedding, it just seems like it sucks, so I just texted people.”
The big day rolled around and during her wedding vows, Schumer hilariously took the opportunity to declare she would continue to please her man between the sheets.
“I said I promise to do my best to continue to go down on you even though everyone says I won’t,” she told Stern. “I just thought, ‘Let’s really vow what’s at stake here, you know?’ You got to keep f***ing. It’s not been a problem.”
She wasn’t the only one to get guests giggling at the ceremony. Gal pal Jennifer Lawrence also made a “really sweet toast,” which ended in laughter.
“We just joke around so much, but to hear her say, ‘You’re the matriarch now and it’s a role you’ll be so good at and I know you love fiercely,’” Schumer told Stern. “Then she also said, ‘I wish for you patience, which you don’t have.’ So, she also roasted me!”
Asked by Stern if she would recommend marriage to others, Schumer didn’t hesitate to say, ‘Absolutely,’ and explained how being married felt better.
“[It’s different] because you’re in, you’re done,” she said. “He’s mine, I’m his, we’ve partnered up. We’ve committed to be partners for life and we meant it.”
As for what’s next, motherhood could be on the agenda.
“Maybe,” Schumer told Stern. “I got a little dog and I really love her, so that’s the first step!”