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A sign language interpreter has gone viral after appearing alongside rapper Snoop Dogg during his set at the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival on 6 May.

The female, named Holly Maniatty, acted as an interpreter for the duration of the 45-year-old musician's set at the crowded festival and showed off some very impressive dance moves which caught the crowd's attention.

In a clip, posted by The Good Life Radio Show, Ms Maniatty can be seen enjoying Snoop's music more than the rapper himself as she not only interpreted, but danced along to some of his biggest hits including a version of his 50 Cent track P.I.M.P.

The video soon went viral on Facebook thanks to Maniatty's moves, accruing over 10 million views thus far.

The caption which accompanied the clip reads: "I didn't know which one to watch @snoopdogg or the #interpreter" and Facebook users replied to it in their droves.

So far, it has garnered 121k likes, with one individual commenting: "The interpreter is Holly Maniatty, my cousin! And she puts her all into studying each artist, not just the lyrics but the body language and gestures. It's all or nothing; go big or go home! So proud of her".

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Another put: "The interpreter must be a Snoop fan cuz she is lit" while a third added: "I love sign language interpreters at rap concerts. They communicate the emotions and feelings which are evident through their feeling of the music."

The festival has a number of comprehensive access programmes for those with disabilities, including providing listening devices for patrons who are deaf or hard of hearing. It also includes numerous ASL (American Sign Language) interpreted performances.