daily dos: Judy Reyes is fine with playing a maid, Juanes goes to number one and DJ Khaled's new video with Chris Brown, Rick Ross and Nicki Minaj

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daily dos: Judy Reyes is fine with playing a maid, Juanes goes to number one and DJ Khaled's new video with Chris Brown, Rick Ross and Nicki Minaj

  • Fútbol fans who attend the 2014 World Cup in Brazil will now get to enjoy another kind of cup: Brazilian president Dilma Rousseff signed a law that allows the sale of beer during World Cup matches. In 2003, Brazil banned the sale of beer in soccer stadiums in an effort to curb violence.

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  • Jamie Foxx plays a slave-turned-bounty hunter who is out to save his wife in Django Unchained, the new movie from Quentin Tarantino (Inglourious Basterds, Pulp Fiction) which also stars Christoph Waltz, Kerry Washington and Leonardo diCaprio.
  • Juanes is back on top. The Colombian rocker's latest album, Juanes MTV Unplugged, sits at the top spot of Billboard's Latin Albums Chart in the U.S. and is also number one in Mexico and his native Colombia.

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  • Meet Dawn Loggins, a once-homeless high school student who worked as a janitor – at her own high school – to keep her dream of going to college alive. Loggins will be attending Harvard in the fall.
  • DJ Khaled, Rick Ross, Chris Brown, Nicki Minaj and Lil Wayne get serious with caution tape, burning trash cans and barbed wire fences in the new video for "Take It To The Head." Aren't videos about drinking supposed to be fun?
  • "I would rather be a leader of a show and have it be about me than be the actress that delivers five lines and opens the door for the white lead of the show… My mother was a housekeeper and a nanny for years. Should she be ashamed of that?" Actress Judy Reyes opens up about the show "Devious Maids," which was rejected by ABC but could end up on the Lifetime network. The Eva Longoria-produced show also starred Ana Ortiz, Dania Ramirez and Roselyn Sanchez.
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