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Amy Schumer and Goldie Hawn share Beyonce parody video

Published 22/10/2016

Amy Schumer
Amy Schumer

The comedy stars were shooting their new movie in Hawaii when they filmed the spoof clip.

Amy Schumer and Goldie Hawn shared a parody video they made of Beyonce's hit Formation.

In a clip posted exclusively to Tidal on Friday (21Oct16), the comedy duo look shipwrecked and covered in dirt in a jungle while dancing along to the track.

It was revealed by Schumer on social media that the spoof clip was filmed in Hawaii while they were making their untitled mother/daughter movie. They were later joined by co-stars Wanda Sykes and Joan Cusack for the impromptu parody.

"When on an island with @goldiehawn @iamwandasykes & Joan Cusack... you listen to @beyonce and get in formation,” the 35-year-old Trainwreck star tweeted.

Schumer and Hawn have been vocal about their love and respect for each other since they began shooting their new movie on the island, which is Hawn's first big screen venture since 2002's Banger Sisters.

And the 70-year-old Oscar-winner wasn't shy in showing her love for Schumer on Friday after the comedian shared their spoof Beyonce video online.

"Can't begin to tell you how much I miss Hawaii and my baby @amyschumer," Hawn captioned a clip of her swimming in the ocean in Hawaii, with Somewhere Over the Rainbow playing over the top on the Instagram post.

"This may be my favourite post ever!" her daughter Kate Hudson gushed in one of the comments on the clip.

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