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Taylor Swift and Dianna Agron Get Dolled Up for Shirley MacLaine's Birthday

April 26, 2012 (6:44 am) GMT
Along with two of their girl friends, the 'Sparks Fly' singer and the 'Glee' actress put on pastel dresses and flower crowns for celebration dinner in Beverly Hills, California.
Taylor Swift and Dianna Agron Get Dolled Up for Shirley MacLaine's Birthday

and are in the mood of playing dress-ups. The "Back to December" singer and the "" actress put on vintage pastel dresses, gloves and flower crowns on Tuesday, April 24 as they got together with two of their girl friends for a special dinner in honor of 's 78th birthday.

Both stars took to their Twitter account to share several photos from their fun night out at Beverly Hills Hotel's Polo Lounge. Along with the pictures, Swift wrote, "We dressed up full-time fancy and went out in celebration of Shirley MacLaine's birthday," while Agron tweeted, "Had a long day & don't know what to celebrate later...? Because you need a moment to be young? Find your moments..."

MacLaine was Swift's co-star in 2010's ensemble film "". The "" actress didn't join the girls for the dinner, but one of Swift's photos showed that the foursome ordered a special dessert with "Happy Birthday, Shirley MacLaine!" written decoratively on the plate in her honor.

Photo: Taylor Swift and Dianna Agron Get Dolled Up for Shirley MacLaine's Birthday

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