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Amy Schumer Fact-Checked a Jennifer Lawrence Interview for Vanity Fair

Photo: Annie Leibovitz/Vanity Fair

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Vanity Fair tasked "America's kid sister" Amy Schumer with covering its May "Sisters" issue, and in the spirt of sisterhood, Schumer watched a video interview of her friend Jennifer Lawrence, then got to edit it out loud. The result is exactly what it'd look like if you got to fact-check a lie your sister once told your mom.

For example, Jennifer Lawrence once answered the question, "What advice would I give a 10-year-old girl? Always be nice." Amy then paused the video and said, "That's really sweet, but Jen is the meanest person I know."

Then, when Jen answered the question of what her most annoying habit is, she said, "I get told I say 'sorry' too much." Amy's response: "She's never said sorry to me." Delightful! Watch the full video below.