Bridget Everett on Inside Amy Schumer and HBO Canada, singing “T*****s”

Amy Schumer allowed her sometime opening act to perform the closing number this time for the first season of Comedy Central’s Inside Amy Schumer.

Bridget Everett also appeared in the “Sex Tips” magazine sketch earlier in the season finale of Schumer’s series, before performing a musical number, “Titties,” at the end of the half-hour. The song is available now on iTunes if you want the full uncensored version by Bridget Everett and the Tender Moments.

If you don’t get Everett, or you don’t like what she does, she gets that.

“The kind of stuff I do onstage isn’t for everybody. So, on occasion, there’ll be somebody there that like, walks out or something. Or, I get, you know, I go out into the audience and I see people looking down, or whatever. But I think that it’s better to be a risk-taker and do something that’s very specific, and they’re going to love you or they’re going to hate you, and there’s enough people that are going to love it that I’m going to do just fine. I’m not worried about people who don’t understand it or don’t get it, ’cause there’s a lot that do.”

That quote comes from this new short documentary by Adrienne Scalo about Everett called “Chasing the Dream!”

And here is the alternate performance of “Titties” by Everett with DJ Ad-Rock from last year’s Just For Laughs “Funny as Hell” series on HBO Canada. Check it!

If you’re in NYC, you can catch Bridget Everett and the Tender Moments in her monthly residency at Joe’s Pub.

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4 thoughts on “Bridget Everett on Inside Amy Schumer and HBO Canada, singing “T*****s”

  1. I thought it was great! It reminded me of Rusty Warren’s song from the late 50s “knockers up” which was very wild for the time. Bridget must’ve done it also in homage to Rusty somehow. Amy’s show is great!

  2. Is this an homage to Rusty Warren? Because it just seems like a modern version of a bit she already did. I’ve been trying to find something somewhere that Bridget explains her ideas for the skit (which I do find funny).

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