Have you seen Lena Dunham’s latest video mocking Miley Cyrus?
If not, you can catch it by going to her Instagram page.
I’m not sure what annoys me more – Lena Dunham or her fame. Entertainment weekly posted the above video with the following text:
Lena Dunham is young but prolific. In her 27 years, she’s already written, directed, and starred in two feature films, a pair of web series, and the Golden Globe-winning HBO “comedy” Girls; she’s also working on a $3.7 million book for Random House.
But though she’s one of Hollywood’s busiest bees, Dunham somehow found time over the weekend to write, direct, edit, and star in another high-profile project: a 15-second parody of Miley Cyrus’ “We Can’t Stop” music video, co-starring her old pal (and fellow Girls castmate) Jemima Kirke.
Now the bitch has a book deal, too? Well, at least it won’t be ghostwritten like the myriad of titles that have appeared over the last year on the New York Times Bestseller list (Bethenny Frankel, I’m looking at you). No, I’m sure that Lena’s prose will be witty in the way that only she can — sarcastic, but with an undertone of vaingloriousness that says “I’m just like you… only better.”