Melissa Joan Hart Says Lena Dunham ‘Rivalry’ Does Not Exist: ‘I’m Truly Confused’

Melissa Joan Hart is putting the gossip that she’s quarreling with Lena Dunham to rest. In an Instagram post shared Friday, the Sabrina the Adolescent Witch entertainer, 46, rejected that she has any ill will with the Young ladies star, 36, saying that she has been gotten some information about the gossip and was “really befuddled.”

“We have no ‘hamburger,’ and to the extent that I recall that we haven’t even had the joy of meeting not to mention having a sufficient relationship to warrant any chance to examine cross dressers,” Hart composed, to some degree. “I really love Lena’s work and all that she does to help females in our industry and desire to share a latte sometime in the future.”

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She posted the remarks close by blind things that guarantee Hart and Dunham have been long-term “reticent adversaries.”

In one screen capture, the message peruses, “MJH has it out for Lena Dunham,” adding that they evidently know one another in light of the fact that “Lena’s father was companions with the maker of Clarissa Makes sense of Everything” and that there was a supposed battle between the two about “kid cross dressers.”

Hart closed her post by expressing, “Kindly be mindful so as not to become involved with the contemptuous manner of speaking,” adding that it advances “division.”


The Make Me Insane entertainer has as of late been centered around bringing up her three kids with spouse Mark Wilkerson: Artisan, 16, Braydon, 14 and Exhaust, 10.

She addressed Individuals in April about her oldest child beginning to drive and the difficulties of watching her children grow up.

“They’re getting immense,” she said. “It’s simply a deficiency of — It’s a deficiency of their life as a youngster when they begin driving, which is unusual.”

The entertainer, who rose to fame on the 90s sitcom Sabrina the Adolescent Witch, likewise commended the show’s 25th commemoration keep going year, composing on Instagram, “Brimming with fellowships and insane recollections, it was an unbelievable ride certainly! Gratitude for the love and backing to assist us with living life to the fullest to do, make individuals grin!!”

Throughout recent years, Hart has featured in films on Lifetime and will show up in Lifetime’s Skeleton in the closet, which debuts Nov. 17. She likewise coordinated St Nick Bootcamp, featuring Emily Kinney, Rita Moreno, Patrick Cassidy, Marissa Jaret Winokur, Justin Gaston, John Schuck, Deanne Bawl and Zyra Singleton, debuting Nov. 19 on Lifetime.