daily dos: Breaking Dawn Part 2 makes millions, Obama is not impressed and Henry Santos dances to victory

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daily dos: Breaking Dawn Part 2 makes millions, Obama is not impressed and Henry Santos dances to victory

  • Former Aventura singer Henry Santos won the third season of "Mira Quien Baila," beating out TV personalites Fernando Arau and Alicia Machado. Santos, who won $50,000 for the charity of his choice, said he didn't think he would win: "Fue una gran sorpresa el que me hayan decidido coronar como rey."

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  • President Barack Obama showed off his "not impressed" face after meeting U.S. Olympic gymnast McKayla Maroney at the White House.
  • Is it true that Mexican company Grupo Bimbo may save Twinkies and the Hostess snack brand? "It would never happen," says Hostess CEO Gregory Rayburn, who added that Grupo Bimbo can't buy Hostess because it already owns part of the Sara Lee and Entemann's brands.

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  • Actor Benicio Del Toro has been tapped to play Colombian drug kingpin Pablo Escobar in a new movie, Paradise Lost. The movie centers around a young surfer who falls in love with a girl – a girl who happens to be Escobar's niece.

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  • The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn -- Part 2 topped the box office this weekend with $141.3 million, beating out the James Bond flick Skyfall and Lincoln. Breaking Dawn -- Part 2 was the second-highest grossing Twilight film after New Moon, which made $142.8 million in 2009.
  • Colombian left-wing rebels FARC have declared a two-month ceasefire as they discuss a truce with Colombian government officials to end a decades-long conflict that has resulted in more than 60,000 deaths.

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