Amy Schumer Takes a Page From the Madonna Playbook
If the sight of Madonna spanking—then dry-humping—Amy Schumer is all the entertainment you could ever need, you're in luck: It sounds like the pop icon and comedian could have reason to join forces again.
Schumer, who opened for select performances across Madonna's Rebel Heart tour in September, has found new management under Madge's representative, Maverick's Guy Oseary, according to Billboard. Oseary also manages U2, and Maverick represents Britney Spears and Pharrell Williams.
Mosaic's Jimmy Miller, who oversees Judd Apatow and Will Ferrell, previously managed Schumer, but the comedian left the company in July.
Earlier this month, Schumer hosted Saturday Night Live for the very first time, and got big laughs with sketches that targeted obsessive American gun culture and the absurdity of selfie sticks. Her first HBO special Amy Schumer: Live at the Apollo, aired Saturday (October 17), and one joke distinctly observed: "I was dating an infectious disease doctor, 'cause two birds..."
Madonna, on the other hand, is still in the thick of her international tour, which plays the final United States show of its first leg next Thursday (October 29) in San Diego before kicking off a European run in Germany on November 4. Then, in January, it'll return to North America.
Think Amy and Madonna are the new peanut butter and jelly, and would you want to see them join forces again?
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