Lena Dunham knows that her "Girls" nude scenes are probably going to be hard to explain to her kids one day. But that most likely won't stop her from doffing her top when season two of her HBO series returns in January.
"There may be a time when I have to explain to my daughters, 'You probably shouldn't be naked on television.' Most situations, it's not a good idea to be naked on television," she said of her scantily clad scenes during Fortune magazine's annual Most Powerful Women Summit (via Reuters).
While her small-screen nakedness has been oft-discussed (and even mocked on the Emmys), so has the show's apparent lack of racial diversity. And that is something she is looking to shake up come next season. She noted that she felt "heartbreak at the idea that the show would make anyone feel isolated,” adding that she plans to add "a multitude of new characters in the show. There are some of color. Some are not. Some are Caucasian... All I want to do is make women feel excited and included by the show."
In addition to some new girls, the show will also feature a bunch of new boys to make the lives of the Lena and her gal pals even more interesting.
"Patrick Wilson is amazing and so ugly it's so problematic how ugly Patrick Wilson is," Lena told MTV News. "I know it's sort of a clammy joke but what can you say about Patrick Wilson? And he's an amazing actor. He does something really amazing on the show that I'm really excited for people to see. There is the cutest assemblage of boys on the show this season, in addition to our regulars. [Donald] Glover and Patrick are who have been revealed and there are some other surprises who I think are equally delicious."
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