Amy Schumer doesn't find fame "fun".
The Trainwreck actress admitted to a crowd - which included the likes of Robert De Niro - she is finding fame to be a "pain".
Speaking to the audience at her Act in Paris for the Sierra Club show, she said: "I'm, like, newly famous, and it turns out it's not fun. Did you guys know that?
"You're, like, you know that I'm just now learning that my dreams have been a sham, and that it's actually not great and it just only comes with pain."
The 34-year-old stand-up comedian also joked she would only last "three more months" before her career took a downward spiral.
She shared: "We all know it's going to last another three months because that's how it works. I'm already burning bridges like it's already f***ing over.
"I'm telling you, this is the last time I'll ever be onstage. The next time you see me, I'll be the girl in the elevator, like, do you want to go see the Sleep No Less?"
Amy admitted she barely recognised herself when paparazzi photographs of her jetsking with pal Jennifer Lawrence did the rounds.
She quipped: "I didn't even recognise myself. I was like, 'Oh, Alfred Hitchcock is alive and enjoys watersports.'"
Meanwhile, she has issued an apology to fans who felt shortchanged by the brevity of a standup comedy show she did in Maine.
The comedian says she did a 47-minute set that was rushed because of the need to accommodate a second show at the Cross Insurance Arena in Portland. But some audience-goers say the set actually ran only 35 to 40 minutes and they were upset to learn the second show ran an hour.
She told WCSH-TV the brief standup show was a "rookie mistake."
Richard Machlin told the Portland Press Herald he wouldn't have paid $80 for a 35-minute show. He asked for a refund on Monday. Arena management had promised to get back to him.
- Bang! Showbiz, AP