Lena Dunham spots this hilarious (major) error on her Wikipedia page, and LOL
They tell you that you shouldn’t use Wikipedia as a totally reliable source for a good reason. Just yesterday, actress and writer Lena Dunham was browsing her page when she saw a (wonderful) mistake. Since it was funny, she decided to share it to Instagram before it was officially removed.
(And to think, it’s even cited!)
For those of you who aren’t familiar with Chris Isaak, let this dreamy song be a beautiful reminder.
Isaak is still making music, but was extremely radio-popular back in the ’90s for his soulful voice and tantalizing lyrics. While Dunham definitely has a thing for musicians — after all, she’s been dating Jack Antonoff since 2012– her appreciation of Isaak is likely just a sweet fantasy.
“Thank you to the person who amended my wiki page to include the info of my dreams,” Dunham mentioned in the caption.
Hopefully Antonoff doesn’t mind his girlfriend having such an understandable celebrity crush.
Isaak is quite a bit older than Dunham, but hey — age ain’t nothing but a number. That said, he hasn’t piped in about the funny error. But, that could be because he’s smack dab in the middle of a tour.
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