Being Amy Schumer is tough. She has to wash her own legs, get a coffee and bagel all by herself and do her own masturbating. Can you say down to earth?
On Thursday's episode of "Inside Amy Schumer," the "Trainwreck" star attempted to prove how relatable she is by hosting her own talk show held "40,000 feet above the Earth, aboard a luxury airship that never touches the ground for tax reasons."
Of course, the sketch features a Selena Gomez-helmed house band called Selena and the Schume-Tones performing the opening theme song. But Schumer, instead of being "just like us," spends most of the time insulting Gomez with reckless abandon.
"Look at you Miss Rosetta Stone," she says. "Look at how good your English has gotten. I love."
To which Gomez replies, "I was born in Texas."
The talk show proceeds as planned, until Schumer decides to interview the Zeppelin's pilot in a segment called "Meet a Poor Person," leaving the airship to plummet toward earth.
Watch the full clip above.