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Watch: Lena Dunham Answers Vogue’s 73 Questions


by Jennifer McShane
08th Feb 2017
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Vogue’s infamous 73 questions segments can be hit and miss depending on the celebrity under the microscope. Taylor Swift was scary, and few have come close to matching the suave Derek Zoolander, but Girls star Lena Dunham comes a close second as she reveals plenty of interesting, never-before-heard tidbits about herself and her feminist surroundings. Did you know she hasn’t finished?The Great Gatsby? Or that she has a room dedicated to “queer and feminist resistance for our important foremothers and forefathers” (otherwise known as “The Lady Room”) or?that she never wears a bra? (clearly, a woman after our own hearts). The best bit, however, is that she has creepy doll versions of herself and boyfriend Jack Antonoff. Excellent indeed.

Watch Lena be Lena below, to find out what scares?her the most, what she’d like to do with Tom Hardy and where she sees herself in 10 years (probably not where you’d think):

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