It was the worst mass shooting in U.S. history, and now we know exactly how it happened.
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Lena Dunham and the rest of the Girls speak out.
If you've been following the gut-wrenching details of the Stanford rape case, you know there's a ton of controversy surrounding why Brock Turner was only sentenced to six months of prison after he sexually assaulted an unconscious woman behind a dumpster last year.
As a response, the four ladies of the hit HBO series created a powerful PSA to raise awareness and show support for sexual assault survivors.
The Not That Kind Of Girl author tweeted:
Allison Williams and Jessica Chastain are known for keeping it classy!
At the 2016 Met Gala, the pair opted for lovely floor length gowns with floral accents. While Chastain's dress had a lot more poof than Williams', the looks were quite reserved in comparison to outfits donned by Solange Knowles and Madonna.
While we definitely agree that sometimes less in more, in this case we would have liked to see the pair get more creative with their ensembles since this is the one event where celebs can really let loose. Even though the gals look absolutely beautiful, they could have stepped it up a bit!
As for Allison, we have to commend the actress on her bangin' bod. We definitely spot some killer and enviable abs in the cut-out portion of her dress!
So, what do YOU think of the ladies' choices?
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All glammed out!
The event benefited the Endometriosis Foundation, and it's no surprise that the Girls creator was there, as she has publicly revealed she suffers from the condition.
The actress was looking healthy and glowing in a white blazer and cut-out top worn with blue and green print silk pants.
Now the pants are not so bad but Lena's accessories were definitely unnecessary. She could've gone without the necklace and drop earrings, and the overall ensemble would've been much more polished.
Padma and Allison kept their accessories to a minimum, and instead let their glamorous gowns do the talking.
The Top Chef host and Girls actress picked a backless silver shimmering number and a navy blue sheer long-sleeved lace dress, respectively.
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So much that the creator of the HBO dramedy series shared an image from the episode on Instagram in honor of her costar's performance.
But some fans were upset because the snap also contained a major spoiler!
On Sunday night, Dunham shared a still featuring Williams' character Marnie with
Who gets banged at three in the morning? Apparently Allison Williams does!
And she loves it!
The Girls actress and her hairdresser Chris McMillan had a late night/early morning styling sesh on Thursday, which resulted in Allison getting this wispy banged 'do.
The 27-year-old cheekily captioned the pic:
"It's 3:20 am and @mrchrismcmillan just banged me ‼️ 💇🏼✂️ #PastMyBedtime"
But it's not the first time she's had the look. A few years ago she got bangs to portray a college-aged Marnie on the HBO show:
Their track record just keeps getting better!
The Bachelor may be famous for having a less-than-stellar success rate when it comes to its winners, but with five couples from the past three years still going strong, we think the show may finally be hitting its stride.
The Girls star stopped by Bachelor Live after Monday night's episode where she showed off her Bachelor Nation pride with an adorable story of how her now-husband Ricky Van Veen proposed to her while at a friend's Bachelor viewing party!
We think she and Michelle Collins should guest host along with Ben Higgins every week!
Ch-ch-check out Allison's picture perfect proposal story (below)!!!
Girls will be girls!
That's because we've still got Season Five to look forward to!
HBO finally released a new promo for the upcoming installment of Girls on Wednesday, and while it's only :50 seconds long, we feel like things are back to how they were when the show first started.
Allison Williams, Jemima Kirke, Zosia Mamet, Adam Driver, Alex Karpovsky, Ebon Moss-Bachrach, and Andrew Rannells really seem to be firing on cylinders — and we cannot wait to see how Shoshanna is functioning in Japan. LOLz!
It's safe to say we'll be tuning in when Girls returns Sunday, February 21 at 10 p.m. EST on HBO.
Ch-ch-check out the first promo for the penultimate season of Girls (above)!!!