Transcript for Lena Dunham Graces the Cover of Vogue
It's "pop news" with a little bit of background music and this morning we begin with this, she has been embraced by the hollywood community and lena dunham is proving she is a darling in the fashion world. The creator of "girls" that prides herself on her individuality and real woman look graces the cover of "vogue's" february edition and ditching her duds in favor of prada and dolce & gabbana. Her real-life doggie lambie. Anna wintour dubbed her the perfect cover girl saying "she charts her own path which makes her an inspiring role model." She looks so good and her show written, directed, everything, lena dunham. We talked about air brushing. My guess is she would say don't touch that. You know, that's a great message to send. Also in "pop news" this morning, the westminster dog show been around for 138 years and for the first time, the doggie doors are opening to mixed breeds. I'm so proud. Granted they're only admitted to compete in the new agility competition, I personally think it's because the fancy purebreeds are scared. They are scared. Harry, dandy and cocoa, this could be your year, my friends. As for those perfect purebreeds that are all fancy, the ones allowed to compete in best in show, there are three new breeds. They are the portuguese badango -- nice. The rat terrier. An unfortunate choice of names and the chinook. I thought it was a helicopter. The rat terrier. No, the -- oh, the chinook. Oh. They're all invited. The dog probably came first. Hey, everybody, it's next month, down a block, madison square garden. Real girls on the cover of "vogue." Real dogs -- and you met mines. And they're singing. Oh, well, hey, finally, speaking of dog, if you think it's hard to get your kids to go to bed, huh. Check out blade. He not only won't listen to his owner's request to go in his chem, it sounds to me like he's actually saying no. Time to go in the kennel. Kennel time. Kennel time. Come on. Come on. Let's go. come on. Didn't he say no? He's moaning. He's like a bear. Sounds more like chewbacca. Come on. That last one sounded like no. Contributing to my theory that, yes, george, dogs do talk.
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