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Unexpected and adorable celebrity friendships

When Taylor Swift shared a picture of her group of girlfriends on American Independence Day last year, our hearts did a little somersault.

There, on one cosy sofa sat Lena Dunham, Emma Stone, Jaime King, Jessica Szohr and more.

From 50 cent and Meryl Streep (yes, really) to Blake Lively and Florence Welch, we've pulled together a photo album of heartwarming (and slightly envy-inducing) unexpected friendships in Hollywood.

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