Orlando Bloom on dating in Hollywood: ‘Secure the love of your life’ before fame

Trust me,” Schumer joked of her own experience with men. Looking for love can be more complicated when you’re   a celebrity. She didn’t know what I did until we were driving through Times Square. And I forgot, but I threw up. I said, ‘I’m so sorry, but you make me sick.’”
Watch them relive their awkward moments   in the clip above. He tried to kiss me and it made me sick, and I literally rolled down the window and I threw up. “I’d done the whole process. “I blocked her on my phone,” Boyega   added. “It’s a crazy thing we were talking about: What’s the worst thing that happened on your date?” the Snatched co-star   recalled. They love to hang with a funny girl but they’re not like, ‘Oh, I can’t wait to hit that.’”
Though Schumer called Hawn “a supermodel that danced her whole life,” the Snatched co-star admitted to her share of dating woes. While appearing on The Graham Norton Show, the quartet swapped stories about those oh-so-awkward encounters while dating. She goes, ‘What do you do for a living?’” Unfortunately, there was a massive billboard of Finn wielding a lightsaber directly above them. “Yeah, I mean, that picture in itself just affected her kind of stance.”
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Bloom didn’t   have a dating story per se, but he did   recall an awkward encounter with a romantically charged Lord of the Rings fan when he was in his 20s. “I did,” Boyega said. “We talked about that. “And guys are like, ‘I love a funny girl,’ and, um, they are lying. Prior to the release of   Star Wars: The Force Awakens   in theaters, Bloom had advised Boyega to “secure the love of your life” before becoming   a Hollywood hotshot. “For women, I don’t think [comedy] really helps,” she added. “I was walking through a supermarket buying pasta… and this woman came up behind me, and [the film] had only just released, and she whispered in my ear, ‘Are you my elf?’” he said. Show Full Article “Honestly, comedy does not lead to d—. Just ask Orlando Bloom, John Boyega, Amy Schumer, and Goldie Hawn.