Lena Dunham, Allison Williams Say Goodbye to ‘Girls’ (Photos)

The HBO hit series will end production in two weeks after six seasons

Two weeks before “Girls” ends production, Allison Williams and Lena Dunham said goodbye to the hit HBO series in emotional Instagram posts.

Today on set I said the words ‘I’ve got my fake nipples on and I’m ready to party!’ Gonna miss this job…” Dunham said, along with a picture of herself standing on set holding two lamp shades amidst packed boxes.

“Feeling very sentimental – 2 weeks left of shooting with this one,” Williams captioned a photo of herself dancing with Dunham. “I don’t want to go back to dancing on my own. Dancing with you is way more fun, @lenadunham.”

In January, it was announced that “Girls” will end after its sixth season on the air. The show stars Dunham, Williams, Jemima Kirke, Zosia Mamet and Adam Driver. “Girls” premiered in 2012 and follows a group of girls in their 20s as they maneuver through life.

Dunham has previously said she always envisioned the show lasting six seasons, with the writer, director and star herself having started working on the series when she was 23. Season 6 would see the girls turn 30.

At TheWrap’s Power Women Breakfast in June, Dunham said that she had no desire to be bossed around by a man after “Girls.”

“It sounds so tiring to get bossed around by a dude for six months,” she said. “I just want to write and direct and create opportunities for other women.”

The final season will air in 2017.

See the Instagram posts below.

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