Actress Lena Dunham attends the 72nd annual Golden Globe Awards at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills, California on January 11, 2015. She recently spoke with director Judd Apatow in New York, where she commented on her appearance on stage during a Taylor Swift concert. Photo by Jim Ruymen/UPI | License Photo
NEW YORK, July 16 (UPI) -- Lena Dunham says she was "thrilled" to support Taylor Swift on stage last Friday, but noticed her appearance was a stark contrast to the singer's other buds.
The Girls director sat down with Judd Apatow Monday to discuss various career details, including her moment on stage with Swift and the "Bad Blood" crew in New Jersey last week.
Dunham, 29, said she was "displeased to learn about the truth" of her height when she caught a glimpse of herself on the stadium's Jumbotron. Wearing black pants, flat shoes, and a black long sleeve shirt, Dunham appeared much shorter than the other high-heeled mavens, who wore skin-tight ensembles.
"I've been feeling pretty tall and feeling pretty sturdy, and it was amazing to be, like, 'Oh, I'm not tall, I'm chubby,'" the Emmy-nominated actress continued.
"It's different. But I mean, on most days I fell really great and fine about my body," Dunham said. "But I don't think standing next to, like, three supermodels or so is anything even the most confident woman needs to do."
Swift also shared the stage with Lorde, Jason Derulo, Nick Jonas and even the U.S. Women's Soccer Team during recent shows.