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Dianna Agron Floats Like A Butterfly To The Myspace Relaunch

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Unlike other celebrity guests at the Myspace relaunch party last night, Dianna Agron kicked the casual memo to curb!

The Glee actress looked very ladylike in a silk ruffled blouse, floral and butterfly print circle skirt and white Mary Jane pumps all by Marc Jacobs.

Dianna even ditched her red locks for the event, returning back to her blonde tresses we know and love.

While we appreciate Dianna wanting to stand out from the crowd, this ensemble is a little too prim and proper for a Hollywood launch party.

We'll still give her an A for effort though!

[Image via Bridow/WENN.]

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One comment to “Dianna Agron Floats Like A Butterfly To The Myspace Relaunch”



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    Diane Agron is not a hustling beauty, looks okay in that movie, but does not look pretty like that, is not pure, has chubby thighs, elephant nose, ugly face, weird face. Please stop those loud and aggressive advertisements of Diane on other people's personal websites. I am a very pretty Chinese Asian girl and I have a much more beautiful figure and face than Diane Agron. Diane Agron is using her fake and cheating Wikipedia biography (that was copied from Chinese Asian actresses). Diane Agron is wrongfully trying to copy (without giving credit back to female Chinese actresses who are 10 times more beautiful and much more talented at acting, singing, dancing, director and producer roles than her. She is not that young but at the age of 27 yrs. old, has not earned those roles and regardless of how old she is, Diane Agron is not talented enough to be a singer, dancer, is not a director, producer and not a writer, and Diane Acron has stolen those ideas (and not given credit back in her biography, should give credit back to Chinese women and various Chinese male actors, directors and producers that are from Taiwan and from China and that have travelled for a visit or another purpose to the United States.