Diane Keaton Thought Lena Dunham Was A Lesbian! ‘Girls’ Star Parties With Jennifer Aniston

By Meghna Subhedhar | 3 years ago
Diane Keaton Thought Lena Dunham Was A Lesbian! ‘Girls’ Star Parties With Jennifer Aniston
Lena Dunham

Diane Keaton may have been confused about Lena Dunham’s sexuality when she asked her if she liked men. The “Annie Hall” actress spotted Dunham at Jennifer Aniston’s party and just assumed that the “Girls” star was gay. And who could find fault with Keaton’s assumption? Dunham is always dressed in clothes that scream, “I don’t care if the guys don’t find me attractive.” Read on for more details.

The Daily Mail reported that the 29-year-old HBO actress recounted the story during a live Q&A with director and producer Judd Apatow at New York’s Lincoln Center on Monday. She told the audience how Keaton had just assumed that she was a lesbian when they first met at Aniston’s Christmas Party.

According to US Weekly, the interaction between the two stars bordered on the strange. The conversation began with 69-year-old Keaton asking Judd Apatow if Dunham was his wife.

“No, this is my friend Lena, and she’s significantly younger than me.” Apatow said, who has been married to actress Leslie Mann for over twenty years.

Keaton then went on to pose more awkward questions. She asked Dunham if she liked men and if she was interested in men. It obviously touched the funny bone in her who declared that it was the “best” thing that had happened to her.

She elaborated more on her awkward interaction with Keaton during the interview, and said, ‘Diane Keaton straight-up was just like “Oh, there’s a lesbian, and I’m Diane Keaton, so I don’t even need to beat around the proverbial bush. I’ll just let her know.”‘

Apatow was all smiles when he joked, “That may be more about Diane Keaton’s judgment of me and my ability to bring a woman.”

Dunham is in a relationship with Jack Antonoff and they have been going steady for three years now.

Photo Source: Facebook/ Lena Dunham

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