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Jennifer Lawrence Leaves Surprise for Amy Schumer to Celebrate Her Emmy



    Amy Schumer may not be BFFs with Jennifer Lawrence, but these two are definitely giving us #friendshipgoals.

    The comedian had a great night Sunday, bringing home an Emmy for Variety Sketch Series for her show "Inside Amy Schumer," and was then surprised with a sweet gift from her famous gal-pal when she returned to her hotel room.

    "Never tell Jennifer L your room number," Schumer captioned a picture on Instagram, which showed her standing in the middle of a bundle of huge balloons while holding her Emmy. How sweet!

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    The blond funnywoman also revealed that she got a congratulatory text from J.Law when talking to reporters in the press room after her win.

    Schumer told "Entertainment Tonight" that Lawrence texted her with a message that you would expect to come from J. Law. "Jennifer sent me a really sweet text," Schumer told the reporter. "She said that I looked pretty but not smart."

    She went on, "[Lawrence] is the real-deal funny," and also added, about their upcoming movie, "My sister and Jen and I wrote a movie together so we're gonna hopefully be shooting that in a year or something. We're busy!"

    Schumer told E! News Sunday that although her friendship with Lawrence is what dreams are made of, it's being blown a little out of proportion.

    "We really like each other, but I think the media blew it up," Schumer said. "We're not BFFs. We're just Fs, but we're really good Fs. I have BFFs since I was 8 years old so it'll be tough to uproot them."

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    (Published Tuesday, Sept. 22, 2015)