Amy Schumer celebrated getting her COVID-19 vaccine in style.
The comedian, 39, put on her “fanciest dress” — a gold sequin long-sleeved mini — to get the shot on Sunday, as she shared on her Instagram Stories.
It appears the star had to modify the red carpet-worthy frock by ripping a hole in the sleeve in order to get the shot in her arm. (Cold-shoulder trendsetter Dolly Parton would surely approve.)
Schumer’s sparkling look is actually part of a bigger charity movement; she called on others to post pictures of themselves getting vaccinated in their best garb to support Pencils for Kids, Inc.
The actress put on an impromptu comedy show for the volunteers at her vaccination site while she waited for her dose.
Warning: Explicit language
She posted a video of herself sitting in a chair and joking, “I just wanted to maybe entertain some of the workers here … I’m sorry if you were going to use this time to meditate.”
“I know that some people are scared of getting the vaccine but I don’t care what’s in there,” she continued. “I’m like, ‘Shoot it in my p—y.’”