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Here’s What Happens When Amy Schumer Gets Caught On Kiss Cam

The Mets crushed the Phillies 17-0 yesterday, but they weren’t the only ones who brought their A-game.

Amy Schumer, her father Gordon Schumer, and her boyfriend Ben Hanisch appeared to be having a great time at Sunday’s Mets game, drinking beer and making time to strike a pose with some fellow celebrities Jerry Seinfeld, Jessica Seinfeld, Matthew Broderick, and Jonah Hill.

Let’s go @mets thank you jerry and @jessseinfeld #dreamday

A photo posted by @amyschumer on

But the afternoon really got interesting when Schumer was caught on kiss cam.

When she first realizes she’s on camera, Schumer excitedly points, then leans over to give her father a sweet kiss on the cheek. When the camera stays focused on her, she throws off her baseball hat and sunglasses, turns to face her boyfriend, and goes in for a big ol’ sloppy, passionate kiss. After a few seconds, she smiles and waves to the camera, and leans back over to hug her dad.

Watch the memorable moment:

I have always wanted to be on the kiss cam! My dad and my man!! #letsgomets

A video posted by @amyschumer on

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