Amy Schumer doesn’t miss being single.
The ‘Trainwreck’ star – who is dating Ben Hanisch – may need "a lot of alone time" but she insists she loves being in a relationship.
Asked if she misses being single, she said: "Not ever. Except I need a lot of alone time. Right now I’m getting my period, and I just don’t like him, you know? My PMS is no joke …
"And it’s directed only towards him, but instead of being in denial about that, we try to work with it. Tonight’s vibe is, ‘I don’t want you to even look at me or talk to me,’ and he will put on his headphones, do work on his computer, and I’m just in the room. He’s understanding. He’s too good about it. It actually annoys me."
And the 35-year-old actress and comedienne admits fame can be tough at times.
She told the new issue of InStyle magazine: "Most days it’s fine, and then some days it’s like that episode of Black Mirror where everybody’s filming on their cell phones.
"It’s constant surveillance, and it feels like a violation. It is still new enough for me that I’m bothered by it. I never fantasised about the fame part of anything. I was only afraid of it."
Meanwhile, Amy previously admitted she finds famous people too "exhausting" to be friends with.
She said: "Famous people are exhausting and too much work to be friends with, other than Jennifer [Lawrence] …
"That sounds awful [dating someone famous]. I don’t think I could be in a relationship like that in the public eye, but so many celebrities date each other so there must be something to it."