Allison Williams Got Engaged, and the 'People' Magazine Comments Section Offers Their, Uh, Congratulations?
Girls’ star Allison Williams, who also happens to be the daughter of NBC anchorman Brian Williams, announced her engagement this week. The 25-year-old actress is set to marry her boyfriend of three years, Ricky Van Veen, a good-looking fellow who also happens to be the co-founder of College Humor.
When a celebrity actress — or anyone, really — announces her engagement, it’s a great time of celebration and good will. Surely, the Internet will rise above their disdain for Allison Williams’ intentionally distasteful character on Girls and wish her well. Certainly, the lovely people who visit the People magazine website — those earnest gossip hounds who fawn over beautiful wedding dresses and titter at the adorable dimples on those celebrity children — will have only the kindest, loveliest things to say about this happy moment in the life of a lovely woman who has not, by anyone’s account, ever said or done anything malicious in public.
Let the congratulatory comments commence [sic, throughout]:
Whatever, Allison Williams. Literally. Or better yet, Allison Wiliams - enough already. REALLY.
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