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Tuesday 24 May 2016

Dianna Agron parties with snakes

Published 14/05/2013

Dianna Agron
Dianna Agron

Dianna Agron happily wound a snake around her neck while partying over the weekend.

The Glee actress attended a bash in Marrakech to celebrate the re-launch of social networking website A Small World, with a host of other stars in attendance.

The stars of the show were two poisonous snakes, and Dianna shocked guests by happily wrapping around herself. She was also seen balancing a tray with candles on it on her head, dressed in a skimpy gold sequinned dress.

Fellow actress Olivia Wilde also got up close and personal with the slithering reptiles, posing with them sliding around her neck.

The festivities went on for several days, with other guests spotted riding camels. American rapper Theophilus London was seen trying to relax around the swimming pool at the Taj Palace hotel, although his rest was interrupted by a swooping falcon which gave him a huge shock.

The party was staged over several days in many different venues, with A Small World putting on activities for its guests. Partygoers ate next to snake charmers and belly dancers, danced next to olive groves and were treated to guided tours of the souks.

Marianne Faithfull went along to work on music with her friend Harper Simon and reminisced about her first time in Marrakech.

"I went with Mick [Jagger], and we stayed at La Mamounia - later on I’d stay with Paul and Talitha Getty. But I remember I packed three saris, a swim costume, and books of Edmund Dulac illustrations, which looked fantastic on acid," she told W magazine.

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