Lena Dunham is an American filmmaker and actress. She wrote and directed the independent film "Tiny Furniture," and is the creator and star of the HBO series "Girls." In 2012, she was nominated for 4 Emmy Awards for "Girls."
Never a fan of the status quo, Lena Dunham lets her freak flag fly in her new interview for O The Oprah Magazine’s October 2014 issue.
Looking to plug her new book “Not That Kind of Girl,” the “Girls” gal confesses her favorite guilty pleasure- “Celebrity gossip sites. I know that by reading them I’m supporting an industry that hurts people who are making art and putting themselves on the line. Still, all I want to know is who is breaking up with whom and who might be pregnant.”
Following his drunken behavior at a performance of “Cabaret” on Broadway last night (June 26), Shia LaBeouf has been on the receiving end of some pretty nasty remarks in the Twitterverse.
“Girls” starlet Lena Dunham tweeted, "I feel you Shia: In 1993 I was carried out of Les Mis screaming because I couldn't handle the intimations of death… Seriously feel awful for the performers and am sorry to contribute to celebrity takedown culture but this is the best current event we have!"
Given their celebrity status, Lena Dunham and Jack Antonoff are way more low key when it comes to their down time than onlookers may think.
The guitarist for Fun. stated, "One time we were at a dinner party where everyone was over 60 and, before we knew it, we realized that everyone at the table had gone outside to smoke pot and they didn't invite us. That basically says it all.”
Mysterious singer Sia had Lena Dunham interpret her hit single on “Late Night with Seth Meyers" last night (June 9), and it was amazing.
The “Chandelier” singer is definitely a little camera shy, previously refusing to have her photograph taken for a New York Times profile. She also cast 11-year-old Maddie Ziegler from “Dance Moms” to star in her music video.