Amy Schumer Fact-Checks Her Friend Jennifer Lawrence

ABC News' Lara Spencer reports the buzziest stories of the day in "GMA" Pop News.
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Lara, back up to you for "Pop news." We begin with a congratulations to Amy Schumer looking fantastic on the cover of "Vanity fair." Inside writer Bruce handy describes how she is loyal to the end to her childhood friends even as her success soars to new heights and even though she's besties with Jennifer Lawrence. How close are they? Well, fact check some of Jen's previous interviews. Take a look. What advice would I give a 10-year-old girl? Always be nice. That's never not cool to be the feist girl. That's really sweet but Jen is the meanest person I know so that doesn't really apply. I get told I say sorry too much. She's never said sorry to me. We also learned that J. Law and Amy adore red wine and that is why they believe they are a match made in heaven. It's very funny. Check it out, new issue of "Vanity fair" magazine. The full cast of "Twin peaks" revival as been announced. Quite a list. 217 of them. 217? I will not name it. Don't worry. I won't go through the whole list. Several of the series' original actors are set to return including David duchovny, David Patrick Kelly and, of course, Kyle ma Laughlin who is starring as FBI agent dale cooper and among the newcomers, Amman did Siegfried, pearl jam's Eddie Vedder, Jim belushi and on and on. There's still 207 more. The new story line picks up 25 years after the events of the original and is set to premiere next year. I never saw the original. I wonder if you could pick up. I know you were too young, right? You were too young. Yeah. But I -- but I've read Monica baluchi's part of that. So you're in. Very easy, jess. You never know what he's going to say. By the way, thank you for that Jim carry thing. Slightly disturbing. Yeah, wake you up at 8:10 in the morning. Love you, jess. All right, so modern dating can be a mine feel as you might know for old-fashioned romantics but not all is not lost. A new study is proving Shakespeare still got game. Still reliable with the ladies. Match.com revealing quoting the bard boosts your chances of a reply by as much as 27% so when you're updating your online profile here's a little nugget from your friend Lara Spencer. Don't be afraid to embrace a son net because the chorus of true love never did run smooth. Very well done. Googling Shakespeare. Did you just put that on your profile? That helps your -- What did you say. To be or not to be. That is the question. He's ready. We'll be back.

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