Amy Schumer reveals she had to miss SNL rehearsal after son three was ‘drove to ER for RSV’

‘It was the hardest week of my life’: Amy Schumer reveals she had to miss an SNL rehearsal after her three-year-old son Gene was ‘drove to the ER for RSV’

Amy Schumer has revealed she had to miss an important Saturday Night Live rehearsal after her son was rushed to the emergency room with respiratory syncytial virus (RSV).

Less than 24 hours after hosting the long-running sketch show for the third time in her career, the 41-year-old comedian revealed behind-the-scenes drama.

“It was the hardest week of my life. I missed rehearsals on Thursday when my son was rushed to the ER and admitted for RSV,’ she captioned a slideshow on Instagram.

Tough week: Amy Schumer has revealed she had to miss an important Saturday Night Live rehearsal after her son was rushed to the emergency room with respiratory syncytial virus (RSV).

Tough week: Amy Schumer has revealed she had to miss an important Saturday Night Live rehearsal after her son was rushed to the emergency room with respiratory syncytial virus (RSV).

She continued, “Shout out to all the parents going through this right now. I was able to be with him all day in the hospital and the beautiful humans at @nbcsnl couldn’t have been more supportive.

The I Feel Pretty actress also assured her fans that her three-year-old son Gene is already “home and better” after his frightening hospitalization.

“The reason this show is so fun to do isn’t really the performance or the show itself. It’s spending time with the people there,’ Schumer said of the SNL cast and crew, who she described as ‘the most talented people with the kindest hearts’. .

Oh no!  Less than 24 hours after hosting the long-running sketch show for the third time in her career, the 41-year-old comedian has revealed behind-the-scenes drama

Oh no! Less than 24 hours after hosting the long-running sketch show for the third time in her career, the 41-year-old comedian has revealed behind-the-scenes drama

“It was the hardest week of my life.  I missed rehearsals on Thursday when my son was rushed to the ER and admitted for RSV,' she captioned a slideshow on Instagram

“It was the hardest week of my life. I missed rehearsals on Thursday when my son was rushed to the ER and admitted for RSV,’ she captioned a slideshow on Instagram

The Life & Beth star concluded: “Thank you to everyone and to the doctors and nurses who helped us.”

Despite a chaotic few days, Schumer didn’t miss a beat onstage as she poked fun at West about his recent anti-Semitic rhetoric during her opening monologue.

The performer also spoke to the crowd about how her husband, Chris Fischer, was on the autism spectrum and how his condition was once called Asperger’s Syndrome.

On the mend: The I Feel Pretty actress also assured her fans that her three-year-old son Gene was already

On the mend: The I Feel Pretty actress also assured her fans that her three-year-old son Gene was already ‘home and better’ after his frightening hospitalization

“The reason this show is so fun to do isn't really the performance or the show itself.  It's spending time with the people there,' Schumer said of the SNL cast and crew, who she described as 'the most talented people with the kindest hearts'. '.

“The reason this show is so fun to do isn’t really the performance or the show itself. It’s spending time with the people there,’ Schumer said of the SNL cast and crew, who she described as ‘the most talented people with the kindest hearts’. ‘.

Schumer then said, “It used to be called Asperger, but then they found out that Dr. Asperger had ties to the Nazis, Kanye…”

Inside creator Amy Schumer then seemed to riff like she didn’t mean it, tapping her microphone to see if anyone could hear her and intoning, “That’s weird.”

Schumer appeared to reference West and suspended Brooklyn Nets star Kyrie Irving’s recent spate of anti-Semitic comments at the end of the show, where she wore a baseball t-shirt that read: ” <3 Jews".

Fearless performer: Despite a chaotic few days, Schumer didn't miss a beat on stage as she mocked West over his recent anti-Semitic rhetoric during her opening monologue

Fearless performer: Despite a chaotic few days, Schumer didn’t miss a beat on stage as she mocked West over his recent anti-Semitic rhetoric during her opening monologue

The long-running liberal comic also referenced the upcoming election, joking that she was hosting the last episode before the “mid-term abortions” before cutting off, saying, “What the hell? what did I say? Sorry, I was thinking what’s at stake if we don’t vote.

She also discussed her life with her husband and son before starring in various sketches and featuring musical guest Steve Lacy.

The comments were the latest criticism from West, who recently came under fire for comments he made last month that were deemed anti-Semitic.

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