Amy Schumer's had a heck of a year, and even though she didn't take home a Golden Globe on Sunday night, she took to Instagram to share her gratitude about the evening and give another shout-out to her new man, and to Chardonnay and pasta.
The "Inside Amy Schumer" and "Trainwreck" star posted a sweet candid photo Monday of boyfriend Ben Hanisch nuzzling her ear after the show, captioning the shot with a litany of thank-yous.
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"Thanks @prabalgurung for my dress," the 34-year-old began. "and @andrea_tiller for my face and @kimmykuppkakes for my hairdo and @deborahlippmann For my nails and @leesaevansstyle for my styling and @carriebyalick for getting me in that door and Chardonnay for tasting so good and @kimcaramele for being my date and @benhanisch for being my after date and Melvin and Kokomo for driving us and pasta."
A few more party pics with her "clique" came before that.
The Emmy winner made her relationship Instagram-official last week, sharing cuddly photos with her man while she was campaigning against gun violence with the Chicago-based furniture designer and her sibling in Washington.
As she has increased in popularity this year, her relationships -- particularly those with Oscar winner Jennifer Lawrence and Hanisch -- have grabbed headlines. Schumer walked the red carpet with her sister and writing partner Kim Caramele, but readily discussed her new man when asked.
"Everyone's treating it like I've never had a boyfriend before," Schumer told the Los Angeles Times with a shrug from her Golden Globe Awards table, which she was sharing with Lawrence and "Trainwreck" producer-director Judd Apatow. "And after everything this year, like, that's what you're talking about? OK."
"We're in love and it's really exciting," Schumer told People on the red carpet Sunday evening. "I've never been dating anyone that the public's really known about. But I like that everyone thinks I've been single my whole life. They're like, 'She got her first boyfriend!' and I'm like, 'No, I've dated people over the years.'"
That attitude carried over when she was presenting with JLaw, who edged her out for a Golden Globe in the lead actress in a comedy category, as the pair sought out a fun celebrity nickname for "ASchu" that spiraled into her sex fantasies and a couple-inspired moniker that had her sleeping with "all the Hemsworthses."
Backstage, Lawrence told reporters that Schumer was "going to be fine" despite the loss.
"She's funny and hilarious and will win many things. I really expected Amy to win. This was very truly surprising for me. ... Um, yeah, I was just really surprised," the three-time Globe winner said.
The two actresses recently completed a screenplay with Caramele.
As for how Schumer felt about the win, she shared a selfie with Lawrence and Caramele that she captioned: "So happy for our friend."
Times staff writers Amy Kaufman and Yvonne Villarreal contributed to this report.
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