Does Amy Schumer Really Need a "Reason" to Keep Her Maiden Name?

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Comedy star Amy Schumer has no plans to change her last name after becoming Mrs. Chris Fischer.

"Do you remember who Amy Fischer is?"

The actress posted a series of Instagram stories Sunday (Mar. 11), filming a conversation with her father Gordon.

Schumer, who hails from Long Island, continued, "No, I'm keeping my last name - I'm keeping your last name". "The Long Island Lolita", she laughed, referring to the tabloid nickname for the 17-year-old girl who shot her lover's wife in front of the couple's NY home in Massapequa, Long Island in 1992. "I'm keeping your last name". The two planned to kill his wife, Mary Jo, but Fisher ended up carrying out the act by shooting Mary Jo in the face. "The Long Island Lolita", she responded. In 1999, Fisher was granted parole. Schumer's dad Gordon asked on Instagram Stories.

Fischer, whom Schumer married in a small, unannounced ceremony last month in Malibu, California, became known in culinary circles as sous chef at Mario Batali's restaurant Babbo in Manhattan, and went on to win a 2016 James Beard Award for "Beetlebung Farm Cookbook: A Year of Cooking on Martha's Vineyard".

Add this as another reason to search your proposed name before changing it - you never know what you'll find.

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