And we're at such a loss of words, we're going to let Miz Teigen tell you what went down:
Allison Williams News Archive
Lena Dunham & The Rest Of The Girls Take Over Glamour Ahead Of Their Final Season — And Reveal Shocking BTS Moments!
Ahead of Girls' sixth and final season premiering on February 12, the girls have decided to take over the February issue of Glamour.
And would you believe this issue is fully female-produced?? How fitting!
Inside the glossy though, the show's executive producer Jenni Konner grilled the cast one final time with an exit interview, which revealed some pretty big behind-the-scenes moments.
Did you know Jemima nearly quit before season two?? The actress spilled:
Hurray for color and pattern!
Black is always elegant, but we love it when stars bring out some fun shades and textures on the red carpet.
Hailee was a bouquet of color in her floral strapless gown, while Janelle was checkered to perfection in a black and white diamond-patterned frock with high leg slit.
Meanwhile, Allison got kaleidoscopic in her long-sleeved, form-fitting number that employed an art deco flourish.
Thanks for the brightness, ladies!
[Image via Getty Images.]
Hillary Clinton Made A Surprise Post-Election Appearance To Present Katy Perry With An Award At UNICEF's Snowflake Ball!
On Tuesday evening, the Rise singer made a splash as she stepped out in a stunning Marchesa gown for the UNICEF Snowflake Ball, where she was being honored with the Audrey Hepburn Humanitarian Award. And while Miz Perry looked gorgeous on the blue carpet for the event, it was the celebs who turned out to support the A-lister that had tongues waggin'!
In addition to having boyfriend Orlando Bloom and bestie Allison Williams by her side, Katy was surprised with an appearance by Hillary Clinton who presented the pop star with her award. It's said the former Secretary of State was met with thunderous applause and a standing ovation at the Octavia Spencer-hosted event at Manhattan's Cipriani Wall Street.
Hillary couldn't help but gush about the Firework artist as she shared:
Girls will be girls… but not for much longer!
When Lena Dunham first debuted Girls way back in 2012, the HBO dramedy made her an A-Lister seemingly overnight.
Sure, the magic has worn off a bit over the course of the last five seasons… but the sixth and final installment is almost here — and it looks intense!
The premium cable network dropped a quick teaser trailer for the new batch of episodes on Tuesday, and while we don't get too much plot from the preview — we do get to see what nearly every main character has been up to in their time off!
We're talking Allison Williams, Jemima Kirke, Adam Driver, Zosia Mamet, Andrew Rannells, and everyone in between… but things are mostly just focused on Hannah, per usual…
Will any of these apathetic young adults ever find true love or success?!
No, probably not… But that's exactly why we keep watching!
Ch-ch-check out a sneak peek of Girls before its premiere Sunday, February 12, 2017 at 10 p.m. EST only on HBO (below)!!!
Lena Dunham Says Goodbye To Girls In HUGE Emotional Posts: 'This Is The End Of The Largest & Most Potent Chapter Of My Life So Far'
Lena Dunham is overwhelmed with emotion right now!
In the bazillion messages, Ms. Dunham credits Girls as the "most potent chapter" of her life thus far while also praising the show's team. It's clear the comedienne has nothing but love for the series' writers, producers, and actors!
Check out one of the New Yorker's epic farewell posts (below)!
Lena Dunham & Allison Williams Share The Sappiest Snaps During Allison's Last Day On The Set Of Girls!
As we all know by now, Girls is ending after season six, and production on those final episodes is just about wrapping up. And Wednesday was Miz Williams' last day on set!
Well, we aren't the only ones upset that the brunette beauty's time on the HBO series has come to an end! Both she and Lena have taken to Instagram to document the actress' final moments from filming!
The 28-year-old posted this precious pic (above) hugging the series' creator, and got incredibly emotional in the caption, writing: