Lena Dunham surprised Brad Pitt and kissed him on the red carpet of Once Upon a Time in Hollywood during the premiere in London on Tuesday night. Dunham, who plays one of Charles Manson's cult followers in the movie, passes her co-stars and
Lena Dunham has called on her millions of Instagram followers to comment below a nude photograph of her with reasons why they love themselves.In exchange, the Girls star and writer has promised to donate $1 for each comment posted during the next week to Friendly House LA, a care home for recovering female addicts.“Any negativity that comes your way is just an excuse to love yourself even more, right? “ Dunham’s caption begins. “Comment below with a reason you love yourself. I’ll go first: I’m a sober accountable adult who still loves to get naked. Okay, GO!”In just 14 hours, the 33-year-old’s post has garnered more than 25,700 comments from fans and fellow celebrities sharing honest and empowering messages about self-love.Actor Rumer Willis wrote: “I love myself for my resolute loyalty. My tender heart and my compassion and empathy for others....oh and the tiny freckle on my toe.”Model Tess Holliday added: “I love myself because it’s the greatest love I’ve ever known. I love my soft body, tender heart, resilience & courage to keep going.”Several male celebrities also left comments, including British actor Orlando Bloom.> View this post on Instagram> > Any negativity that comes your way is just an excuse to love yourself even more, right? Comment below with a reason you love yourself. I’ll go first: I’m a sober accountable adult who still loves to get naked. Okay, GO! For every comment in the next week, I’ll be donating a dollar to @FriendlyHouseLA, a residential program for women recovering from substance and alcohol addiction. So guys, be liberal with your self-praise…💵> > A post shared by Lena Dunham (@lenadunham) on May 29, 2019 at 10:26am PDT“You’re a genius!,” the Pirates of the Caribbean star wrote. “I’m a recovering- impulsive risk taker – I love my sincere and sometimes too sensitive heart.”Bloom was followed by 13 Reasons Why star Tommy Dorfman, who wrote: “I’m a sober responsible loving person who will always pickup the phone and show up for people.”Other well-known commenters on Dunham’s post include actor Emma Roberts, model Daisy Lowe and activist Scarlett Curtis.The post hasn’t even been up for a full day but we suspect there’s much more self-love wisdom to come.
Lena Dunham has revealed a new tattoo which seemingly pays homage to her experiences with chronic illness. The Girls co-creator and star uploaded a photograph of her latest inking on Instagram on Monday. It shows the word “Sick” written on the back of her neck in a font made to look like one long strand of rope. “Sometimes the thing you’re most scared of being called is the best thing you can call yourself,” Dunham wrote in the caption underneath her photo. ...
Lena Dunham has shared a candid side-by-side photograph of herself on Instagram, showing how her body has changed between summer 2017 and now, explaining how much healthier and happier she is. As I type I can feel my back fat rolling up under my shoulder blades.
What started out as a well-meaning sweatshirt has led to an uproar on social media over mixed messages about fat shaming and body positivity.
Lena Dunham marks the nine-month anniversary of her hysterectomy by sharing nude selfies to Instagram.
These days, stars let their accessories do the talking. Whether it’s supporting Planned Parenthood, GLAAD, or the ACLU, politically-savvy celebrities are turning the spotlight on themselves on the red carpet onto causes near and dear to them with hats, purses, pins, and more.“As a person with a platform, no matter what size it is, it’s important to share your views,” Lola Kirke told Yahoo Style at the Golden Globes, sporting a pin slamming Paul Ryan.Naomi Watts’s stylist Jeanann Williams says it’s stylish and smart to use your attire to push a cause or group that matters to you. “We’re in some pretty scary times right now and change is needed, so everyone should raise their voice and be heard whichever way they can get the word out. So I say wear that ribbon — it couldn’t be any more in fashion.”Click through above for some of the most powerful statements from Cara Delevingne, Emma Stone, Lena Dunham, and more.Follow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Pinterest for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyle and @YahooBeauty.
Lena Dunham can always be counted on for a fun red carpet look. Infamous blogger Perez Hilton took it upon himself to comment on a (rather simple) outfit that Lena wore to a charity event at the weekend.
Lena Dunham attends TimesTalks: a final farewell to the cast of HBO’s Girls at NYU Skirball Center on February 1, 2017 in New York City. Lena Dunham reached a major milestone on Wednesday night: looking “cool” for the first time in 17 years — at least, according to Jemima Kirke. Rocking her new ombre hairdo, Dunham paired a blue and black crop top with a black midi mesh skirt.
Lena Dunham is pretty cross with Kanye West. ICYMI, Kanye debuted the video for his single ‘Famous’ last weekend and the Internet is still basking in the controversy. The video features a whole host of celebrities including Rihanna, Caitlyn Jenner, Amber Rose and Taylor Swift, lying naked in bed with Kim and Kanye in what is meant to be a recreation of Vincent Desiderio’s painting ‘Sleep’.
Jane Fonda has addressed her journey to becoming a feminist and explained why she’s been a late adopter of the concept. In a moving essay published as part of Lena Dunham’s Lenny Letter, the 78-year-old has admitted that she didn’t identify as a feminist until her 60s. “Don’t understand the Women’s Liberation Movement.
Lena Dunham has never been shy about her body. In early 2014, Jezebel infamously paid someone $10,000 to send in un-retouched photos of Dunham’s Vogue cover shoot — which the site then published as GIFs juxtaposed with the edited versions.
The actress has revealed she’s suffering from endometriosis before, but is currently experiencing a flare-up of the symptoms. Lena Dunham has cancelled the press for her hit show “Girls”, revealing that she’s suffering from a health issue called endometriosis. The actress and feminist activist took to her Facebook page to announce the news, writing that she’s going through a “rough patch” and she needs some R+R.
Emma Stone joined Lena Dunham on her new podcast series. Call Emma Stone “babe” and prefer to face her wrath… [Photo: Giphy] And Lena Dunham won’t be too happy about it either.
Gloria Steinem holding a protest sign (for a LIFE photoshoot) in the ‘60s. (Photo: Instagram) In the newest edition of the Lenny Letter this morning, Lena Dunham, who will be producing a new HBO comedy called Max about second-wave feminism, interviewed “founding mother of second-wave feminism, an ally to the civil-rights movement, and a proponent of intersectional activism” Gloria Steinem. During the interview, Dunham admitted that “I feel the happiest I’ve ever been” speaking with Steinem. Of course, the interview wouldn’t be a Dunham experience without some confessions (although we wish they were juicier).