“I am honored to be hosting the awards. I will carry the audience with me like a teen mom #breaktheinternet #breakmywater,” the 33-year-old comedian shared in a statement.
Stephen Friedman, President of MTV, added, “Wickedly funny and sharply insightful, Amy Schumer is perhaps the most ascendant talent in comedy today and she’s on the brink of an epic year. We are thrilled to work with Amy to create an unpredictable and hilarious showcase for Hollywood’s biggest blockbusters and brightest stars in what promises to be the most combustible Movie Awards ever.”
Mark your calendars, the 2015 MTV Movie Awards airs on Sunday, April 12, at 9:00 p.m. ET/PT from Nokia Theatre L.A. Live in Los Angeles.