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Amy Schumer is at it again. The comedian was caught crashing another couple's engagement photos.

James Matthews and Katherine Salisbury were in the middle of a photoshoot, posing for their engagement photos in New Orleans, when Schumer walked past.


The photographer, Jen Menard, said:

"I honestly didn't notice. Then she ran back over and said, 'Hey! Is this an engagement session?' And we told her yeah, then she said, 'Can I photobomb?!'"

Who could say no to that?



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Menard had already been shooting for about 20 minutes and the bride was delighted to have Schumer to join in the fun.

Salisbury told the Huffington Post she was thinking

"HOLY SHIT! That is Amy Schumer! But I didn't want to say that out loud because I figured she would just want to go on her way after she photobombed us as opposed to staying to chat."

The photo was posted to Menard's Instagram where it proved very popular.



From there, Schumer took a screenshot and shared it to her Instagram.



Instagram: @jenmenardphoto



Instagram: @jenmenardphoto


Instagram: @amyschumer


Instagram: @amyschumer


Instagram: @amyschumer


Salisbury said:

"Kind of kicking myself that we only have the one picture (although it is an amazing one),"
"She did ask if she could photobomb us and I was like 'HELL YES get in here!'"

Salisbury has extended an invitation to the comedian to be at her wedding:

"Of course! Who WOULDN'T want her there?! …We'll give her +3 guests. Husband, baby and of course Tati."

This isn't the first time Schumer has photobombed a couple getting engaged. It's become almost a recurring habit for the comedian.

Last October, Schumer and her husband, Chris Fischer, photobombed a couple's engagement photo in New York's Central Park.

Central Park seems like a more likely place to encounter Schumer, as opposed to New Orleans. In June 2015, she crashed another couple's engagement photos.

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