Amy Schumer

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Way to rock those curves, Amy Schumer!

The comedian of the moment rocked a little Dion Lee black dress to perfection and looked every inch the movie star at the Trainwreck premiere in NYC on Tuesday. And speaking of every inch, we saw more than a glimpse of side boob peeking out when she struck her poses on the red carpet.

"In thinking about what dress would be perfect for Amy's first film premiere, I wanted it to reflect all of the effort she put in as the writer, producer and star," said Schumer's stylist, Leesa Evans, who also served as costume designer for the movie.

And Amy truly looks stunning, no "newly homeless runaways" in sight, let alone a trainwreck!

"People do recognize me on the street, but I have the same friends, and I go to the same restaurants. My publicists want to kill me because I dress like a newly homeless runaway," Schumer joked a year ago to Elle. "They're a little disappointed when people see me on the street wearing my grossest sweatpants."

What a difference a year can make.

This year, Schumer posed naked for Entertainment Weekly and is Glamour's August cover girl—and fans can't get enough of Inside Amy Schumer and the star's frank talk about her career, sex and women's bodies.

"I think it's good to see somebody saying, 'I have a belly, and I have cellulite, and I still deserve love—and to catch the old D. And to not apologize," she told the mag.

Bill Hader, Amy Schumer

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Meanwhile, In the Judd Apatow-directed Trainwreck, which Schumer also wrote, she plays a one-night-stand-preferring magazine write who reluctantly falls for the sports medicine doctor she's profiling, played by Bill Hader. And Hader happens to be besties with LeBron James in the movie, making for all sorts of random fun.

"I know that I have a lot to say," Schumer told The New York Times in a recent interview. "And I have really good intentions. And people are digging it and responding, so I'm waving everybody in like the third-base coach, like, ‘Yes, yes, c'mon.'"

Not to mention, she keeps hitting it out of the park.

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