Lena Dunham’s website, Lenny Letter, will shut down on Friday, October 19, according to a report from the New York Post.
Earlier this summer, Lena Dunham’s Sphynx cat, Gia Marie, died suddenly. Now, she has lost yet another pet—Bowie, a 13-year-old Yorkie. Dunham announced Bowie’s death on Instagram:
On Monday, at the London premiere of Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again, Cher, no stranger to outfits engineered at the highest levels of complexity and bedazzlement, experienced a bit of a wardrobe mishap. So she says, but really no one could tell.
You guys were a brilliant publication and had a great run. Sorry to hear about that, but at least you’re going out on a high note!
When it comes to stories about interpersonal relationships between celebrities—I’m talking feuds or relationship woes—TMZ isn’t the best place to go for the truth. They typically pick a side to support, while leaving details from the other woefully underreported.
There’s nothing comfortable about going public with accusations of sexual assault, in fact it’s predictable enough that energy, opportunities, safety, and resources (like money, or homes) will be extracted from victims who come forward.
Five years and countless dog-related dramas later, Lena Dunham and Jack Antonoff are apparently done. From E! News:
No, not that photo. That photo is from 2006. I’m talking about this photo, from last week:
Every day across this great nation of ours, celebrities fuck up. They write a tweet or make a movie or say something stupid on a podcast that offends many, and once that offense has been noted by the public record, the newly-chastened and penitent celebrity pens an apology.
Writer Zinzi Clemmons, author of What We Lose, has announced that she will no longer be writing for Lena Dunham and Jenni Konner’s online feminist weekly newsletter Lenny Letter because, she says, of Dunham and her friends’ racism which was “well-known” prior to their fame. “She cannot have our words if she cannot…
In 24 hours, Lena Dunham completely reversed her core beliefs. Wow!
Lena Dunham, who’s been vocal in the movement to believe sexual assault accusers, now defends Girls writer Murray Miller after actress Aurora Perrineau accused him of sexually assaulting her when she was 17. Perrineau alleges that after a night of drinking at the Standard Hotel, she was driven to Miller’s home and…
Think about it—I might be right.
Even though Taylor Swift appears to have spent the better part of the last 18 months dwelling on her feud with Kanye West and Kim Kardashian, TMZ reports she’s been wasting her time, as all other involved parties have since moved on.
By now you are aware of the epic saga surrounding Lena Dunham and her dog, Lamby, and also Lena Dunham’s potentially unhinged relationship with the concept of Truth. Did Lamby ever actually suffer from behavioral problems, or did Dunham invent them so she could dump Lamby for two newer, shinier pups to write about in…
I consider it my sworn duty to be bold and honest when communicating with you, my devoted Hair Cariacs. That’s why I’m going to do something I haven’t done before and share some news about myself. Normally I consider myself just a strict journalist, here to report highlights from the hair news of recent weeks’ past.…
After watching the entirety of Girls (twice), and considering it these past few weeks in particular as I’ve kept apace with the final season, I find I have twenty minutes to write about it here and don’t quite have the words to express what it meant to me—the joy, the uncontrollable laughter, the recognition, and deep…
We cried, we laughed, we thought about things. And now, after six seasons of fights, breakups and very little in the sense of personal growth, Lena Dunham’s Girls chapter is coming to a close.
Last week, the beleaguered pop star Kesha filed a countersuit against Dr. Luke, the Svengali-esque music producer who has allegedly held her music and her creativity in a vise grip, alleging that among other things, he owes her money for royalties that he has not yet paid. Now Dr. Luke is alleging in new papers filed…
Since premiering in 2012, Lena Dunham’s Girls has elicited cringes, laughter, boredom, a sense of camaraderie among a certain subset of millennials, and almost every kind of praise and every kind of criticism a half-hour HBO show can possibly garner. On February 12, the series will enter its sixth and final season.