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Amy Schumer admits she was feeling ‘bad’ about the ‘privilege’ of having money to get liposuction

Amy Schumer says she’s happy with the results of her recent liposuction and has felt “a lot better” about herself as a result — but, she admits, she felt a little guilty about the “privilege” of having expensive cosmetic procedures. to undergo which not everyone can afford.

appear on the ‘Making space with Hoda Kotbpodcast, the 40-year-old comedian spoke candidly about getting the fat removal procedure, explaining that she’d tried CoolSculpting before, but saw no results.

But while she’s pleased with the results, she said she struggled with some guilt for using a weight-loss tool that isn’t available to everyone, and had to convince herself it was right.

“I felt bad because it’s such a privilege,” she said. “And I’m like, ‘Well, you know, people with money, they drive nice cars too’… So my ‘nice car’ is I had, you know, a gallon of fat sucked out of my belly.”

Amy Schumer says she is happy with the results of her recent liposuction and that she feels 'a lot better' about herself as a result

Amy Schumer says she is happy with the results of her recent liposuction and that she feels ‘a lot better’ about herself as a result

But, she admits, she felt a little guilty about the

But, she admits, she felt a little guilty about the “privilege” of undergoing expensive cosmetic procedures that not everyone can afford.

Amy first shared the results of her liposuction in January with photos of herself in a swimsuit, announcing she was only 170 lbs.

She has remained candid about it, telling Hoda this week that honesty is important to her.

“I wanted to share it with people, just because I can’t lie about myself. I just can not. I can’t be like, “Yeah, crunches. And I just ate smoked salmon,” you know? So I had to be real,” she said.

‘I just wanted to be honest about it, rather than someone’ [saying]”Gosh, she looks like she’s lost some weight.”

“And by the way, I actually look the same,” she added. ‘I really could never have told anyone! And there wouldn’t have been one headline like “Schumer has lost weight!”

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“I felt bad because it’s such a privilege,” she said

1648494772 119 Amy Schumer admits she was feeling bad about the privilege

“I wanted to share it with people just because I can’t lie about myself,” she said. “I can’t be like, ‘Yeah, crunches. And I just ate smoked salmon,’ you know? So I had to be real’

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“I’m just trying to keep it in perspective. I try to think about what is feasible and what is unfair. And to me it’s like it’s a little unfair,’ she said

But Amy had noticed the weight gain herself, saying she was “physically uncomfortable” with the extra pounds on her stomach.

“I think I was just at a weird time after a hysterectomy,” she said.

“And I was like, you know what? I’ve got the time now, I’m just going – and I’ve tried other things. Like I tried CoolSculpting. I personally have had no results from that. And I’ve tried everything else and you know, cesarean section and the kind of endometriosis I had.”

She thought, if she was ‘willing to freeze myself, or whatever CoolSculpt does, why don’t I just do this thing that works?’

‘And I did it. And it worked. And I feel a lot better about myself,” she said. ‘I’m really happy with it. dr. Jordan Turner, scream out!’

Amy (seen in March 2022) had noticed the weight gain herself, saying she felt

Amy (seen in March 2022) had noticed the weight gain herself, saying she felt “physically uncomfortable” with the extra pounds on her stomach

She thought, if she was 'willing to freeze myself, or whatever CoolSculpt does, why don't I just do this thing that works?'

She thought, if she was 'willing to freeze myself, or whatever CoolSculpt does, why don't I just do this thing that works?'

She thought, if she was ‘willing to freeze myself, or whatever CoolSculpt does, why don’t I just do this thing that works?’

But she’s taken the time to remind herself that she’s lucky enough to be able to afford the procedure, and she doesn’t want to let other people think she did it without help.

“I’m just trying to keep it in perspective. I try to think about what is feasible and what is unfair. And to me it’s a little unfair,” she said. “The people I’m closest to aren’t, you know, rolling in dough.”

Amy first revealed she had liposurgery in January when she shared photos of herself in a black one-piece swimsuit.

‘I feel fine. Finally,” she wrote. It’s been a journey, thanks for helping me get my strength back @seckinmd (endo) @jordanternermd (lipo) never thought I’d do anything but talk to me after your uterus doesn’t contract for 2.5 years and you turns 40. @paulvincent22 vickie Lee (acupuncture) my girl Nicole from the tox my friends and fam. Let’s go!’

Amy proudly showed the results of her surgery in a series of swimsuit photos earlier this year

Amy proudly showed the results of her surgery in a series of swimsuit photos earlier this year

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“I feel a lot better about myself,” she said, revealing her weight was only 170 pounds. ‘I’m really happy with it. dr. Jordan Turner, scream out!’

The mother of one has long been vocal about her battle with endometriosis, a condition in which tissue similar to the uterine lining begins to grow in other places, such as the ovaries and fallopian tubes.

The condition can cause significant pain in patients and impact fertility.

Last year, she revealed that she had undergone a hysterectomy and appendectomy to treat the condition.

She went on to talk about her liposuction at Chelsea Handler’s Dear Chelsea podcast earlier this month.

Pictured in 2017

Pictured in December 2021

Amy is pictured in 2017 (left) and December 2021 (right)

Last year, her uterus and appendix were removed when she had a hysterectomy to treat her endometriosis

Last year, her uterus and appendix were removed when she had a hysterectomy to treat her endometriosis

The comedian shares two-year-old son Gene with her husband, Chris Fischer

The comedian shares two-year-old son Gene with her husband, Chris Fischer

‘I have liposuction,’ said the Emmy-winning star, who shares son Gene, 2, with her husband, Chris Fischer, 42. ‘I never thought I’d be doing something like this.

“Like when I heard liposuction, I thought, that’s so crazy to me, and I’d say I’m never going to do anything.”

Also this month, she appeared on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, where the host told her she looked fabulous.

Amy replied, ‘I know, right? You know what it is, I ate vegetables and lipo with every meal.’

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