The British banjoist married the most popular girl at William McKinley High

By Hayden Wright

(RADIO.COM) – Dianna Agron’s romance with Mumford & Sons banjoist Winston Marshall unites two ends of the entertainment spectrum: an American actress known for playing the popular girl on Glee and a British musician whose band brought folk-rock back into the mainstream.

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Over the weekend, Us Weekly reports that the pair made it official with a Moroccan wedding.

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Agron and Marshall reportedly got engaged early this year. It’s not clear whether Agron’s ex-castmates attended to perform a reprise of “Don’t Stop Believing,” or if Marcus Mumford’s actress-wife Carey Mulligan recited a love poem. Nevertheless, the destination wedding should mark the beginning of a gleeful partnership.

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