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!
Allison Williams, Zosia Mamet, Lena Dunham, and Jemima Kirke all star on the cover together, rocking Marc Jacobs' latest collection!
Related: Lena Goes Topless As A Mermaid!
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:
"Season two was kind of traumatic for me. I think for everyone. And I know that I was a bit of a tyrant myself."
After Lena shared Kirke was on the edge of leaving, the 31-year-old continued:
"Yeah. My sense of who I was and what I wanted was really thin. I really wasn't sure what the f*ck I was doing."
There were also fights! The sometimes controversial actress and writer admitted:
"My best memory—I hope this isn't too personal, Jenni—it was on our last episode. You and I got in a small argument. Went in a room. And we managed to cry, apologize, and work it out within three minutes, then go back to work."
It wasn't all drama though.
The foursome revealed what it was like to be "well paid" with Dunham saying:
"There are a lot of shows where the dudes make a lot more f*cking money than the girls. And we were on a show where the girls were The Thing."
But Allison did share what it was like not getting enough screen time:
"I always wanted to be in the show more. That was my M.O. every year. I wanted to be a piece of furniture in Hannah's apartment, if that's what it took."
Lena, on the other hand, felt like she had something to prove:
"Making my deal with HBO as a 23-year-old woman, I felt that I had so much to prove. I felt like I had to be the person who answered emails the fastest, stayed up the latest, worked the hardest. As much as I loved my job, I really, like, injured myself in some ways. If I had felt like, 'You're worthy of eight hours of sleep, not four; you're worthy of turning your phone off on a Saturday,' I don't think it would have changed the outcome of the show. [But] I could have worked with a sense of joy and excitement, rather than guilt and anxiety of being 'found out.' The advice I would give any woman going into a job if she has a sense of impostor syndrome would be: There will be nothing if you don't look out for you. And I can't wait, on my next project, to go into it with the strength that comes from, like, valuing your own body and your own mental health. Jenni's like, 'We'll believe it when we see it.'"
Her hard work clearly paid off!
You can read their full interview HERE, and ch-ch-check out the spread in the gallery (above)!
If you have room for one more gem of a quote though, read Lena's thoughts on Zosia being Oprah:
"If you're sad, Zosia's an amazing person to text for a quote. I was having issues with the loss of a relationship, and she texted me, 'We may be soulmates for life, or only a train ride. But it just changes your life no matter what.' Zosia is Oprah."
[Image via Emma Summerton/Glamour Magazine.]
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