23/07/2015 19:23 BST | Updated 24/07/2015 11:59 BST

Amy Schumer Makes Her Unhappiness Clear During Interview With Australian Radio Station KIIS FM

Amy Schumer can take many things in her stride, but even she was left less than bemused by an Australian radio presenter's reference to her "skanky" role in her upcoming comedy 'Trainwreck'.

It was all going very well, with Melbourne's KIIS FM presenter Jane Hall complimenting Amy on the appearance of her shapely pins in the film, something Amy was happy to hear.

But the comedian's expression changed when Jane's co-presenter Matt Tilley referred to her clothing, suggesting that she was dressed as a "skank" on screen, before asking her if they had that word in America. And then it just gradually got worse and worse... until Amy made sure she had the last word.

Watch Amy's less than ecstatic reaction to her Aussie host's line of questioning in the video below... it starts getting sticky from around 2 minutes in, but it's worth watching the whole lot...

The interview then took a strange turn, with the radio hosts telling Amy about a strange memo that had gone around their workplace that day, and asking her for an opinion...

Amy Schumer makes her displeasure clear in this publicity shot taken following the interview

Amy took to the stage in Melbourne on Wednesday night, and referred to the incident in terms of double standards in comedy, pointing out that she was constantly labelled a sex comic while male comedians using the same material would be labelled thinkers.


Amy Schumer stars with Bill Hader in 'Trainwreck', a rom-com about a woman heading disastrously into adulthood, drinking and partying too much, having fun and hiding from emotional pain until two things happen - one is a tragic awakening, and the other is meeting a man. That she pulls off both hilarious and moving scenes so successfully is no small feat for Amy Schumer - according to her exec producer, Judd Apatow, destined to be one of this era's great comedic talents, which will no doubt mean she gets to do another interview with this pair Down Under, sooner rather than later. Bet she can't wait.

'Trainwreck' is in UK cinemas from 14 August 2015. Meanwhile, here's Amy at her best...

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