While looking glam at the 2014 Met Gala, later in the evening, she removed her French designer Giambattista Valli heels as she waited for her car.
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Dunham walked the red carpet without her two-time Grammy-winning beau, Jack Antonoff
“Girls” creator Lena Dunham took her first crack at hosting “Saturday Night Live,” and had many memorable moments.
“I Literally Have About 1,000 Follow-Up Questions…”
Dunham channels her “Girls” character Hannah in a “Scandal” spoof, in which Lena plays a new girl who not only can’t make it to Mexico to plant a bug on a dignitary’s wife in 10 minutes, she also can’t stop marveling over how ridiculously attractive and efficient everyone on the show is.
Appearing on “Late Night with Seth Meyers,” Lena explained she was detained at LAX after security scanners detected that she was in possession of a "self-defense keychain."
The actress said, "It's shaped like a cat… it goes over your knuckles, but I guess the two ears could gut somebody. I understood sort of intellectually it could be used as a weapon, but really all I thought was like, 'What a cute little cat!'”
Actress Lena Dunham thinks people need to quit wasting “energy” on photos of her from a Vogue magazine shoot.
“Girls” creator and star Lena Dunham landed the February cover of Vogue, alongside “Girls” co-star Adam Driver, talking about style, sex and the fact she’s more private than you think.
Although executive producer Judd Apatow thought it was “offensive” to even ask, “Girls” creator Lena Dunham had no problem answering a question about why she’s so often naked in the hit HBO series.
Shia LaBeouf and Lena Dunham began feuding in the Twitter space Saturday after Dunham criticized Shia for apologizing for plagiarism via skywriter.
“Girls” creator Lena Dunham sat down with Playboy magazine for their April Sex & Music issue to discuss her controversial HBO show -- and everything else in between.
“It’s not interesting for me to make art about things we’re all okay with. I make art to explore our darker areas. When what I’m doing begins to feel old and tired and socially acceptable, maybe I’ll move on to other topics.”