The LI reason Amy Schumer isn't taking husband Chris Fischer's name

Amy Schumer Isn’t Changing Her Last Name for a Surprising Reason

Amy Schumer is explaining why she won't be changing her last name to her husband Chris Fischer's!

"I'm not Amy Fischer!" his daughter replies, laughing.

In an Instagram story posted on Sunday, Schumer explained.

Amy Schumer wants you to know she's no Long Island Lolita.

"Are you still Amy Schumer or are you Amy Fischer now?" "I'm keeping your last name".

Schumer married Fischer in Malibu, California on February 13, in a small 80-guest ceremony attended by close friends and family. Do you remember who Amy Fisher is? "I'm keeping your last name".

The wife survived and the teen mistress, nicknamed "Long Island Lolita" by the press, was sentenced to 15 years in prison. The two planned to kill his wife, Mary Jo, but Fisher ended up carrying out the act by shooting Mary Jo in the face. Fisher pleaded guilty to first-degree aggravated assault and served seven years. She was granted parole after six years behind bars in 1999. He and "Trainwreck" and "Snatched" star Schumer, whose new comedy "I Feel Pretty" is due out April 20, have been on an extended honeymoon, most recently in Milan and Venice. She cried during Schumer's big day and said it was clear Schumer and Fischer have nothing but love for one another.



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