daily dos: Larry Hernandez is "robbed," Chris Brown's controversial tattoo and Jerry Lawler suffers heart attack


daily dos: Larry Hernandez is "robbed," Chris Brown's controversial tattoo and Jerry Lawler suffers heart attack

  • Enrique Iglesias will not be a judge on "American Idol" after producers decided to bring back Randy Jackson as the show's fourth judge. It was previously reported that Jackson would become a mentor on the show, but he will now remain in the judge's panel with Mariah Carey, Nicki Minaj and Keith Urban.

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  • After losing two presidential elections in a row, Andrés Manuel López Obrador is going to focus on the next generation of Mexicans. AMLO is leaving the left-leaning PRD party to start the Movement for National Regeneration, which he hopes can gain the support of students and other young people who sparked a nationwide movement against Enrique Peña Nieto and the PRI party.
  • One rich hip hop mogul to another: "Jay-Z is right 99 times, but this ain’t one." Russell Simmons has responded to Jay-Z, who recently told the New York Times he didn't support the Occupy Wall Street movement because he "didn't understand it." Jay-Z was criticized after his clothing brand Rocawear, released a T-shirt with the phrase "Occupy All Streets."

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  • WWE announcer Jerry "The King" Lawler is listed in serious condition after he suffered a heart attack during last night's edition of WWE Raw in Montreal, Canada. Lawler was rushed to the hospital after he collapsed in the middle of a match. "We are hopeful Jerry makes a full recovery and returns to WWE in the near future," read a statement from WWE.

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  • Chris Brown's new neck tattoo is raising lots of questions: the embattled R&B singer is denying that his latest ink, which features the face of a woman with what appear to be bruises and cuts, is inspired by Rihanna. A spokesperson for Brown says the tattoo features a "random woman."
  • Larry Hernandez was reportedly stiffed out of $20,000 after he performed in a New Jersey nightclub. According to Regionalmex.com, Larry got on the mic during the show and said: "No me pagaron el total. A todos mis colegas, pónganse trucha. Hoy aquí en La Fiesta Night Club de Passaic, New Jersey me robaron 20 mil dolares. No es el dinero pero el abuso es lo importa."
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