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The US actress has joked that she is starting up a tribute band in honour of the country star.
Girls creator and star Lena Dunham has hailed Taylor Swift's 'Red' North American tour as a "life-affirming" show.
The US actress went to watch the 'We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together' in concert on Friday evening (29th March) and praised the concert on Twitter afterwards.
"The @TaylorSwift13 show tonight = the most life-affirming thing I've experienced (NOT hyperbole. After all, haven't yet been to a gay wedding)," Lena tweeted over the weekend to show her appreciation. "Tiny girls with sparkly signs (is the name of my new T Swift tribute band)."
Lena's comments follow several posts last year about loving the US country pop singer's album Red', while in a recent issue of V magazine she admitted writing to the 'I Knew You Were Trouble' singer about how much her song lyrics meant to her.
Check out a picture of Lena Dunham and Taylor Swift getting acquainted backstage at this year's Grammy Awards below (Credit: Getty):
Last week it was reported that Taylor has landed a guest starring role on the season finale of US TV show New Girl, opposite actress Zooey Deschanel.
It has also been rumoured that 'Love Story' singer Taylor is planning to release a new live DVD later this year.
Taylor Swift's 'Red' tour continues on 10th April with a show in Miami, Florida.