Amy Schumer caused a whole lotta drama yesterday, thanks to an instagram caption that many believed to be skinny shaming Taylor Swift.
Sharing a pic from her holiday (god we wish we were on holiday right now), Amy wrote: "Taylor that's not a thigh gap. This is a thigh gap."
While we assume that this was intended to be a joke of some kind, the internet also called Amy out for appearing to skinny shame Tay, with hundreds of furious comments.
"That's rude. Can't we get rid of body shaming? You saying that is like a person calling you fat, and I'm sure you wouldn't like it. It's people like you and Hollywood standards that keep girls from feeling comfortable in their own skin", wrote one.
Now Amy's responded to the furore (yes, FURORE), asking people to calm down 'cos it was just a joke.
Sharing this pic ft. a fake beard on Insta, she wrote:
'That's not a beard this is a beard. So sorry to anyone with a beard this may offend. I am a comic and should never make fun of myself at the expense of anyone else that I wasn't making fun of in the first place."
Right OK. Although we're still not entirely sure what the joke was in the first place? Also, we love Amy - but how 'bout we all stop talking about thigh gaps altogether, and pretend that awful phrase doesn't even exist?
That'd be nice.