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Chloë Grace Moretz's 17th birthday is right around the corner (Feb. 10 to be exact), but don't expect the Carrie to be dancing on table tops and causing a ruckus.
"I have a couple of people flying into L.A. for my birthday," Chloë told me at the Sundance Film Festival premiere of Laggies, her new indie costarring Keira Knightley, Sam Rockwell and Mark Webber. "I think I just want to be chill…maybe have dinner at the house."
Last year, Teen Vogue threw her a 16th birthday party at Aeropostale in New York City. Among the guests were her Carrie costars Julianne Moore and Ansel Elgort, Modern Family's Sarah Hyland and singer Tori Kelly.
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Saying she wants to keep things "normal," Chloë said, "I don't like going out to dinner in L.A. because it's so showy. I hate it. I rather just be with my family and celebrate being a live for 17 years."
No matter what she ends up doing, Chloë insists on at least one thing.
"Oh, I love birthday cakes," she said. "I need a good birthday cake…I need a really good birthday cake and it needs to taste amazing."
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Chloë looked sweet on the Laggies carpet in a black and silver Christopher Kane minidress over a black turtleneck along with knee-high black Jimmy Choo boots. Her nails were painted black to match the ensemble.
"I think winter fashion is a lot better than summer because for summer you can only have like two layers or one layer," she said. "With winter, you can have all the cool layers and textures."