daily dos: Singers defend Beyonce, People Are Awesome and Steve Jobs' widow launches DREAM Act site

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daily dos: Singers defend Beyonce, People Are Awesome and Steve Jobs' widow launches DREAM Act site

  • A Florida man is under arrest for posing as a doctor and causing bodily harm to at least two patients after he injected their buttocks with silicone and used Krazy Glue to seal the incisions. One of the victims said she is not only disfigured, but she also suffers from chronic pain and a chronic cough.

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  • Big Boi, Ludacris and T.I. rep their hometown of Atlanta in a new video, "In the A."
  • Have you seen enough fails on YouTube? Check out the 2013 installment of the popular YouTube series, PEOPLE ARE AWESOME. (via Kottke)
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  • Several singers, including legendary artist Aretha Franklin, have defended Beyonce for lip-syncing at President Obama's Inauguration. "I thought it was funny because the weather down there was about 46 or 44 degrees and for most singers that is just not good singing weather," said Franklin. Jennifer Lopez noted that many singers are forced to lip-sync in some venues "because you're going to have that terrible slapback." Former "American Idol" judge Steven Tyler: "Beyonce's so hot she can do anything."

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  • During an interview with Maria Celeste Arraras, Fher of Maná surprised fans by revealing that he and TV personality Monica Noguera were married in a private ceremony a few months ago. "La verdad, no lo habíamos dicho, yo ya me casé con Mónica… fue algo muy privado (Honestely, we hadn't talked about it, but I've already married Monica... It was something very private)," said Fher.

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  • The widow of Apple's Steve Jobs, Laurene Powell Jobs, has launched a DREAM Act website called TheDreamIsNow.org, which collects video interviews with DREAMers who detail how their lives would change if the DREAM Act was passed. "They’re our children’s friends. They are people we know. This is a huge national problem that needs resolution," said Powell Jobs in an interview with Yahoo.
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