No, Melissa Joan Hart does not have a “beef” with Lena Dunham. The two actresses are actually friends, and have been since they met at an event in 2013.
However, some fans have speculated that there may be some tension between the two, after Hart made some comments about Dunham’s show, “Girls.” In an interview with Entertainment Weekly, Hart said that she had never seen the show, but that she didn’t think it was “realistic” because the characters always seemed to be “perfect.”
“I don’t know if it’s realistic,” she said. “The girls are always together and they have perfect hair and makeup. I don’t know anyone like that.”
Dunham responded to Hart’s comments on her blog, writing that she was “flattered” that the actress had even watched the show.
“I actually think Melissa Joan Hart is super cute and funny and I’m a big fan of her work,” Dunham wrote.
It’s clear that there is no “beef” between these two actresses, and that they are actually fans of each other.
The actress speaks out against the ‘Girls’ creator
Melissa Joan Hart, best known for her roles on “Clarissa Explains It All” and “Sabrina the Teenage Witch,” recently spoke out against “Girls” creator Lena Dunham.
In an interview with Entertainment Weekly, Hart said that she didn’t think Dunham’s show was “relatable” to most women.
“I think she [Lena Dunham] is incredibly talented, but I don’t know if I like her as a person,” Hart said. “I think her show’s fantastic, but I just don’t know… I don’t really care for her.” Hart went on to say that she was “slightly irked” by the way the show portrays female friendships.
“I think a lot of people are, just because it’s not how most female friendships go,” Hart said. “I have a lot of girlfriends, and we don’t all sit around talking about our sex lives and our problems. We don’t all hate our boyfriends.” Dunham has not yet responded to Hart’s comments.
Hart isn’t the only one with criticisms of Dunham
Hart isn’t the only one with criticisms of Dunham. In fact, there is a long list of people who have taken issue with Dunham’s comments and behavior. Here are just a few examples:
In 2017, Dunham sparked outrage when she said that she wished she had an abortion.
In 2016, she was accused of racism after she tweeted about how she wished she could “take back” her vote for Hillary Clinton because she didn’t want to be associated with the “racist” and “sexist” things Clinton had done.
In 2015, she was accused of being tone-deaf and insensitive when she compared police officers to rapists in a Twitter rant.
In 2014, she was accused of making light of rape when she joked about being raped by a “mustache guy” in her book, Not That Kind of Girl.
These are just a few examples of the many times Dunham has been criticized for her words and actions. It’s clear that she is not afraid to speak her mind, even if it means stirring up controversy.
Dunham responds to her critics
Lena Dunham has been a target of criticism since she first burst onto the scene with her hit show Girls. Some people have accused her of being too self-indulgent, while others have taken issue with the way she portrays women on the show.
Dunham has always been outspoken in her defense of the show, and she recently took to her blog to address some of her critics head-on.
In her post, Dunham responded to accusations that she is “self-involved” and that Girls is “narcissistic.” She also addressed criticisms of the show’s depiction of women, writing that she is “committed to portray[ing] female characters as multi-dimensional.”
Dunham concluded her post by saying that she will continue to create art that is “honest and unapologetic,” and that she hopes her critics will eventually come to see the value in what she is doing.
It’s clear that Dunham is not going to let her critics get the best of her. She is a strong woman who is passionate about her work, and she is not afraid to stand up for what she believes in. We admire her for that.