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    Amy Schumer may be pals with Jennifer Lawrence and Lena Dunham but she isn't interested in having fake celebrity friendships. The self-described introvert gave a radio interview promoting her book on Tuesday (August 23rd) where she discussed networking in Hollywood.

    Amy said, "That is my worst nightmare...That's disgusting. It's just so fake. It's people doing an impression of having a conversation." She went on to say, "I'm not trying to make lots of celebrity friends...The people that I care about, I gotta keep it so real with them. I can't be like, 'Yeah, I really like this girl. Me and Taylor Swift, we just hit it off...I'm part of that world now.'"

    • She also said revealed that she hates small talk that comes along with mundane situations like riding on an elevator or calling the bank.


    Jennifer Lawrence may be trying to close the gender wage gap in Hollywood but she is still raking in the dough. Forbes has released their annual list of the highest-paid actress' in the world and Jennifer takes the cake.

    The Hunger Games star has earned $46 million over the last 12 months. Melissa McCarthy landed in second with $33 million. Scarlett Johansson, Jennifer Aniston and Chinese actress Fan Bingbing round out the top five.

    • This marks the second year in a row that Jennifer has topped the list even though she made 11.5% less than she did in 2015.


    There may not be a whole lot of reality in the Real Housewives franchise. Jim Marchese, husband of former cast member Amber Marchese, recently chatted with Radar Online about their experience on the show.

    He said, "The Housewives, for me, it was completely fake. Like none of these people were ever really in my life. It was a very scripted show for me. Nothing was real, and so they were nothing more than actors that I worked with. Viewers did not get a feel for who Amber and I are, what we're about. We're actually kinda boring honestly. So they created things for us...all the times she had to cry about cancer, completely production invented. That was her I guess, the story they kinda foresaw. I asked the producers to stop and really focus on who we were a hundred times. We actually got in fights about it, and they made my wife do things." Jim continued, "The producers 100 percent wrote my lines. They would make me recut scenes four or five times because they didn't like what I did...Most of the conversations weren't even conversations we would normally have."

    • Jim also compared the experience to getting drunk saying, "I compare it to drinking 10 shots of tequila. It's a lot of fun when you're doing it, but when you get to the tenth shot, you know you shouldn't have done it and you regret it for a while. But you can still laugh and talk about it later."
    • Amber and Jim were on the sixth season of The Real Housewives of New Jersey.


    Billy Bush is denying that there is any "mean girl" behavior happening behind the scenes at the Today show. Page Six has been reporting that the Access Hollywood host has been dealing with some cliquiness since landing the NBC morning show job back in May -- specifically after scoring an Olympic interview with Ryan Lochte and then the follow-up interview going to Matt Lauer.

    He recently told TMZ, "When a lawyer from Ryan Lochte calls and says I wanna speak to Matt Lauer, that's who you speak to. Matt Lauer, by the way, has been nothing but great to me. We went to a soccer game together...me, him, and his kids. We did one of the interviews with one of the swimmers together on the phone -- on speaker phone. There is no truth to it."

    • This is not the first time there have been rumors of bullying at the Today show. A cover story for New York magazine was published back in 2013 alleging that Ann Curry dealt with bullying before she exited the show in 2012.

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