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  • The Brazilian TV show breaking stereotypes
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    Mister Brau (2015) ©
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The Brazilian TV show breaking stereotypes

Mister Brau burst onto Brazilian TV screens in 2015 starring a singing, dancing, black pop-duo. The real-life couple, often described as Brazil's Beyoncé and Jay-Z, are the first black couple to star in a Brazilian soap and may be changing the face of TV for good.

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