November 19, 2012 02:56 PM by Megan Wilson
Taylor Swift and Selena Gomez are undoubtedly two of Hollywood’s most sought after ladies. Taylor Swift has a list of ex-boyfriends (And songs written about them!) a mile long. Fresh out of her latest breakup with Conor Kennedy, the X Factor guest star has been rumored to be testing the relationship waters with Harry Styles from the band One Direction. Selena has just officially broken up with Justin Bieber, although there are rumors of the duo trying to work things out. Saturday night the single ladies were spotted out on the town!
Selena and Taylor dined together Saturday night in Los Angeles arm in arm, and seemed to be enjoying their girl time together! They dined at Osteria La Buca, an Italian restaurant, in Hollywood. Selena most definitely needed some girl time, after the drama of the night before. Reportedly Selena and Justin went to Yamato in L.A to try and work things out, but within ten minutes Selena stormed out of the restaurant and drove home, only to have Justin follower her. He stood outside her home yelling and calling, but Selena wouldn’t let him in.
Taylor’s love life appears to be on the upswing, however, as Mario Lopez has dished that he saw sparks fly between the two on the set of the X Factor. “He was smiling at her while she rehearsed. When she was done he jumped up on stage, picked her up, put her over his shoulder and carried her off stage.” How cute!
Every girl knows it’s important to have some quality time with your friends, and it’s nice to see these two having fun without any man drama!
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