Amy Schumer Got Drunk and Recorded Herself Eating Jake Gyllenhaal’s Cake

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Amy Schumer Talks Jennifer Lawrence, Renting Jake Gyllenhaal’s Apartment on Stephen Colbert’s ‘Late Show’.

That’s where Amy Schumer found a frozen, borderline inedible birthday cake, which she proceeded to drunk-eat while she was renting the “Southpaw” star’s apartment, Schumer said on Thursday’s “Late Show with Stephen Colbert.” “I would get drunk, and I would eat it, and I would talk as if he were there and I was at the party that the cake was served at,” the comedian told a delighted Colbert. “It says ‘happy birthday,’ because it was your birthday,” the actress slurs. “You’re a supermodel, and you’re dating Jake Gyllenhaal. But I am living here, and I am eating this.” Schumer and her sister had needed a place to stay, and Gyllenhaal was renting out his two-bedroom apartment at a relatively inexpensive rate, she said. In case you haven’t noticed, Schumer is currently living the dream, and one of the perks of her newfound fame is renting Jake Gyllenhaal’s apartment with her sister. The surviving members of the iconic “Little Rascals” cast dwindled to a handful this week after former child star Dick Moore died at age 89 — just three days after another member of the iconic “Gang” had passed away. Do they run into each other in separate groups at brunch and just decide to push their tables together even though they don’t know each other super well but it’d be more awkward not to?

Colbert then commented about how Jennifer Lawrence and Schumer are friends, to which the female comedian quipped of the Hunger Games actress, “I wanted to know what it would be like to be friends with the hottest possible version of myself. Here’s a possibility that we’ve not yet considered: Our favorite celebrities rent out each other’s apartments, then root through each other’s things and eat each other’s frozen birthday cakes. I just sit across from her having coffee like, ‘oh, it could have been like that.'” He then brought up how the actress previously lived in Jake Gyllenhaal’s apartment. Not only is Schumer inebriated and stuffing cake into her mouth, but she is also talking to Jake Gyllenhaal like he is actually there with her and that they’re actually dating (I ship it, you ship it?

At least according to Amy Schumer, who, last night, told Stephen Colbert a fabulous tale of squatting, spying and cake-stealing at the apartment of one Jake Gyllenhaal. Trust me, you know I’m not rich, right?” she told Colbert of her four-floor walk-up apartment. “That’s a walk up,” she said pointing to her butt. “That’s a very disappointing ass and I regret doing that,” Schumer joked immediately after standing up and showing her derriere to the audience. Kornman, 90, believed to be the oldest living “Rascal,” appeared in the series in the ’20s and ’30s, while the 82-year-old Landy was a “Gang” member from 1938 to 1941.

It all began when Colbert shared with Schumer that Gyllenhaal would be a guest on his show the following week, then innocently asked the Trainwreck star whether it was true that she’d once lived in Gyllenhaal’s house. She mentioned that Gyllenhaal left one thing behind in the apartment: “The one thing that he did leave, because he really gutted the place, he left a frozen cake in his freezer. Outside of “Rascals,” Moore made his mark on Hollywood, playing the title role in “Oliver Twist” in 1933 and giving Shirley Temple her first on-screen kiss.

It was the first-ever film version of “Oliver Twist” with sound. “We were all very isolated,” he said in an 1984 interview, according to The Hollywood Reporter. “Shirley Temple told me she thought all children worked. … You are a princess.” Colbert then complimented Schumer on being a role model for half the population of women on the planet before the two apologized to their former high school teachers for acting poorly in class.

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