Amy stopped to chat with “Extra’s” Charissa Thompson and special correspondent, creative director of “O Magazine” Adam Glassman, on the red carpet. While the Chicago-based furniture designer wasn’t Amy's official date (she instead brought her sister Kim), she did confirm he was there, and gushed over him, “We're really psyched, we're in love, and I'm really proud I can take him to the White House to stop gun violence.”
Schumer, who was up for a Golden Globe for “Trainwreck,” joked, “Having a boyfriend is my biggest accomplishment this year. I did write and star in a movie — that’s why I’m here.”
Amy was up against her BFF Jennifer Lawrence in her category. At the time of her interview with Charissa, she hadn’t seen J.Law on the carpet yet. She laughed that they were probably going to wear the same dress. The duo did go on to present together onstage during the awards ceremony, each introducing their respective films for the Best Motion Picture — Musical or Comedy category.
Earlier in the day, Ben posted a pic of himself and Amy hiking, captioning it, "So excited for this woman tonight!”