Actress, writer, and director Lena Dunham, of "Girls" fame, publicly announced this week on Instagram that she has endometriosis — a painful and chronic condition. "I just wanted to let you know that, while I am so excited for Girls...Show More Summary
Lena Dunham has decided to cancel her upcoming press tour for the fifth season of Girls. The creator, writer and actress of the critically acclaimed series, has opened up about her ongoing battle with endometriosis. Normally, given her position on Girls she would be contractually forced to participate in some interviews, but the Girls star... Show More Summary
Lena Dunham, the active and outspoken creator and star of HBO’s “Girls,” announced Monday on Instagram that she would be taking time off from doing press and promotion for the show’s fifth season, due to a recurrent illness. “As many of you know, I have endometriosis, a chronic condition that affects...
Self-care is not the sexiest thing to do in Hollywood, but making the difficult decision to do that is something we should all respect.
The fifth season of Lena Dunham’s popular series Girls is set to debut in less than two weeks. But its creator, executive producer and star won’t be hitting the press circuit to promote the show, she announced on her Facebook page Monday,...Show More Summary
The "Girls" star talks candidly about endometriosis, a condition that affects around 5 million women in the U.S.
The "Girls" star and creator opens up about endometriosis, which is forcing her to take time off.
During an interview at the Sundance Film Festival last week, actress and producer Lena Dunham described the media coverage of Hillary Clinton’s candidacy as “gendered and rabidly sexist.” Dunham talked about her frustration with adjectives applied only to women candidates, offering a partial list of words she wished the media would stop using when describing […]
Lena Dunham is taking a step back from her duties as the creator and star of her own show. On Monday the Girls actress announced that she will not be partaking in any promotion for the upcoming fifth season of her HBO series due to health concerns.
Lena Dunham, the creator of the HBO series "Girls," announced Monday that she isn't going to do any press for her TV show’s upcoming season. The reason? Endometriosis, a chronic and often painful disorder in which the endometrium, the tissue that lines the interior of the uterus, spreads beyond the organ. Show More Summary
The actress posted a note to her fans on Facebook.
The 29-year-old creator and star of the HBO comedy "Girls" is currently suffering from the chronic condition endometriosis.
The fifth season of HBO’s Girls is fast approaching but as the network ramps up the press effort for the show’s return, its star has been forced to bow out. Lena Dunham confirmed this afternoon on her Facebook page that due to suffering from endometriosis, she’ll be taking some doctor-mandated rest in the coming weeks. Show More Summary
Girls is back for its sixth and final season on February 21, but for now, its creator and champion Hillary for America supporter Lena Dunham is taking a break. Dunham posted on Instagram that her endometriosis — a chronic condition in which tissue that normally inside grows the uterus grows outside... More »
Plans aren't going according to script for "Girls" star Lena Dunham.
Lena Dunham has just told her fans that due to health concerns, she has been forced to pull out of her Girls press obligations for season six. The 29-year-old actress informed her fans of the news via an Instagram post. “As many of you know I have endometriosis, a chronic condition that affects approximately 1 [...]
"It's time to rest"
Oh no! Lena Dunham couldn't be more excited for the sixth season of Girls to premiere on HBO later this month! But unfortunately the 29-year-old won't be doing press for the upcoming season due to health reasons. On Monday, the actress took to Instagram to explain that she was skipping out on the press tour for her dramedy [...]
Most know and love Lena Dunham for her outspoken personality and radiant confidence, but the actress recently shocked fans after announcing her battle with a serious case of endometriosis. This condition occurs when uterine lining tissue strays outside the womb and grows in places it isn't meant to. Show More Summary
In December, The New York Times invited noted writers, actors and public figures to share their favorite poems, reaching out to people like Ta-Nehisi Coates, Elena Ferrante Tavi Gevinson, Lena Dunham and Junot Díaz, among others. After reading the published list, Tabia Alexine, a Los Angeles-based curator and creative, was disappointed. Show More Summary