Lena Dunham And Jemima Kirke Film Mini-Parody Of Miley Cyrus' 'We Can't Stop'
The 'Girls' stars are the latest people to give their take on the video for 'We Can't Stop'
Lena Dunham and Jemima Kirke aren't just funny when they appear on Girls it seems, as the HBO stars have shown with her Instagram-made take on the music video for Miley Cyrus' new single 'We Can't Stop.' Dunham updated her Instagram feed on Friday (June 28) to give her take on Cyrus' party tune and since then it has become an internet sensation.
Dunham clearly enjoyed filming the 15-sec clip
The two Girls stars appear in the fifteen second clip with Dunham pretending to paddle Kirkes behind with a wooden spoon while Kirke sings the chorus from Miley's coming of age single. Unable to contain herself for much longer, Dunham collapses into a fit of laughter before posing next to Kirke and asking "Did it turn out good?"
The controversial video by the former Disney star has caused quite a stir since it was premiered earlier this month, and shows Miley in all manner of provokative poses as she sings about partying and loving life now that she is a 20-year-old. The singer flaunts her newfound 'sexy' style throughout the video, which really was tailor made for parodying, for the single taken from her her upcoming fourth studio album.
The 'Girls' stars are the latest to film a parody of Cyrus' video
The singer has been living by her partying ethos more and more recently, posting raunchy pictures of herself on Instagram and just generally spending her time living the party lifestyle. In a recent interview, the singer/actress discussed her new lease on life and how she feels ready to cast off the shackles of her Hannah Montana years.