Amy Schumer's wedding may have been a surprise, but she hasn't been shy about discussing it. The star's been posting photos from the event on social media ever since the big day, and she just spoke out about her new marriage on the radio.
Yesterday, Schumer called in to her friend's SiriusXM show, You Up with Nikki Glaser. On the air, she revealed more about her spontaneous wedding. "Part of the thing that's good about us getting married so quickly was, we're so in love," she shared, before reminiscing on her vows. Apparently, she wrote them in just "20 minutes," but they were still incredibly heartfelt. "I was crying when I wrote them," she disclosed. And, though she says husband Chris Fischer's words topped hers, her company on the radio disagreed. Apparently, both of them convinced guests of their "undying love."
As for married life, Schumer said "it feels good," and shared a funny anecdote that many newlyweds can relate to. Recently, someone tried to take a seat beside Fischer while Schumer was away. "He was like, 'My wife is sitting here,' and then I got back and he was excited to tell me that he said that," she shared, noting the "novelty" of the word "wife" to the couple.
According to the happy newlywed, she can't get enough of the term "wife," either. Schumer admitted that she's been "over using it, to a degree that's insane, like when it's completely uncalled for."