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Who says you need to be a supermodel to land a magazine cover?
Jewish-American-actor-writer-producer and all around super-talented Lena Dunham of the hit HBO series 'Girls,' will grace the cover of Vogue's upcoming February issue due on newsstands January 22, according to New York Post Page Six.
Rumors began to spread when Vogue Editor-in-Chief Anna Wintour chose to make an appearance at the premier of the third season of 'Girls.'
The fabulous fashionista posed with the young ladies at the Cinema Society in New York on Monday night, and reportedly showed extra affection to 27-year-old Dunham once inside the event. The Daily Mail
reported a Vogue source not confirming or denying whether Miss Dunham would be appearing in the new issue saying only, "I can't comment on rumors of future editorial."
"Anna does love these Girls," the source added.
Although representatives from the magazine refused to comment on the upcoming issue, there has been media speculation that while the other cast members have been landing impressive cover photo-shoots, Dunham has been relatively silent.
It emerged in October that Vogue was intending on featuring the cast somehow, but was never confirmed.
"Anna is trying to seduce Lena into bringing her next-generation audience into the Vogue brand," an source reportedly told Radar Online
"And she's willing to violate a lot of Vogue traditions to do it, including putting her on the cover even though she doesn't really conform to the body type that Vogue has featured for most of its history."