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The 'Girls' star apologizes for likening the Bill Cosby rape scandal to Hitler's violent extermination of the Jews, admitting it wasn't her best analogy.
The 'Girls' creator and actress told Ryan Seacrest on the red carpet, 'I deleted Twitter because I'm trying to create a safer space for myself emotionally.'
The star and series creator of the HBO comedy is open to the possibility of her girl pal Swift appearing her show, saying, 'If she wanted to come murder my character on the show, I'd let her.'
The 'Girls' creator and actress confirms that the suspicious gold band on her ring finger is not an engagement ring.
The 28-year-old actress reveals in an op-ed written for Buzzfeed that she used a pseudonym for the man who assaulted her in her book 'Not That Kind of Girl'.
The 'Blank Space' hitmaker takes to Instagram to share the hilarious clip of Dunham busting some moves to the tune of Brooklyn-based rap group Hand Job Academy.
St. Louis County grand jury has decided not to indict Darren Wilson, the white police officer who shot a black teenager named Michael Brown to death back in August.
Check out Butler, Chloe Moretz, Chris Pratt, Adam Sandler and other celebrities' hilarious reactions after reading the mean tweets directed at them.
The 'Girls' creator is 'dismayed over the recent interpretation of events' described in her book and makes it clear that she doesn't 'condone any kind of abuse under any circumstances.'
Grace Dunham has broken her silence on the allegations that she was molested by Lena when she was a toddler and Lena was 7.
The 'Girls' creator takes to Twitter to slam claims that she sexually abused her little sister as a child, saying, 'It's really f**king upsetting and disgusting.'
In addition to Poehler and Page, the 'Girls' creator is joined by Gabrielle Union, America Ferrera and more to encourage women to vote and show support to reproductive rights.
Dunham hints at her interest to get involved in the all-female reboot, while McCarthy denies rumor she's tapped for the film.
The 'Girls' creator is working on a movie based on a book which she has been obsessed with since she was young.
Also starring Sophia Bush, Ireland Baldwin and Whoopi Goldberg, the 3-minute video aims to urge people to vote in the mid-term elections.