daily dos: Flo Rida and Anahí together, Mitt Romney and Rick Santourm on Puerto Rico and Jersey Shore comes to an end

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daily dos: Flo Rida and Anahí together, Mitt Romney and Rick Santourm on Puerto Rico and Jersey Shore comes to an end

  • A duet between Flo Rida and Anahí could be in the works. Flo Rida hit up the RBD alum on Twitter and said, "Let's make history together!" Anahí replied, "Let's do it!"
  • Mitt Romney says his fellow Republican presidential hopeful Rick Santorum was wrong for suggesting that Puerto Ricans need to "learn to speak English" if they want Puerto Rico to be granted statehood. A spokesperson for Romney he "would not, as a prerequisite for statehood, require that the people of Puerto Rico cease using Spanish."

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  • "I'm working on getting [my butt] back. It used to be my favorite body part, but now it's disappeared," the once curvaceous Rihanna tells People Magazine.

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  • Is it a wrap for "Jersey Shore"? The show ended its fifth season last night. With many of the cast members launching their own spin-off shows, this may be the end of "Jersey Shore."
  • (pictured: Tyler Clementi)

    Dharun Ravi, a former Rutgers University student who was accused of driving his gay roomate, Tyler Clementi, to suicide, was convicted of invasion of privacy and bias intimidation. In 2010, Ravi set up a webcam in Clementi's dorm room to record a romantic encounter between Clementi and another man. Three days later, Clementi jumped off the George Washington Bridge. Ravi faces 10 years in prison.
  • What better way to celebrate a birthday than wining and dining with your friends? Eva Longoria celebrated her 37th birthday in West Hollywood with celebrity girlfriends Kate Beckinsale and Victoria Beckham.

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  • The president of the University of Southern Mississippi has apologized after members of the school's band heckled Puerto Rican Angel Rodriguez of Kansas State with "Where's your green card?" chants. Martha Saunders: "The words of these individuals do not represent the sentiments of our pep band, athletic department or university. We apologize to Mr. Rodriguez and will take quick and appropriate disciplinary action against the students involved in this isolated incident."

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