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10 Reasons This Might be the Most Latino Super Bowl Ever
When you catch yourself eating nachos, cheering along with Latino fans and watching Christina Aguilera during the half-time show, don't say we didn't warn you.   
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This year's Super Bowl is being held in Dallas, where about two out of five residents are Latino.

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The game is being played in the spankin' new stadium belonging to the Dallas Cowboys—the most popular team among Latinos, according to the NFL.

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The Pittsburgh Steelers are the second-most popular team among Latinos, according to the NFL. (The team broadcasts its games in Mexico.)

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The 2010 NFL season was the most-watched ever among Latinos. According to Nielsen, viewership rose 9 percent last year over 2009.

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Christina Aguilera is singing the national anthem.

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Mexican-American Taboo will, with his Black Eyed Peas teammates, headline the half-time show.

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J.Lo and Marc Anthony will be watching the game from the Obama White House.

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More Mexicans are watching: 12 percent more people in Mexico watched the Super Bowl last year than did in 2009.

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Antonio Ramiro “Tony” Romo played in the pre-game Tazón Latino V flag football game, along with a passel of Latino celebrities.

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For another glimpse of TV Azteca reporter Ines Sainz, wearing a silvery dress and heels to Super Bowl Media Day.

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10 Reasons This Might be the Most Latino Super Bowl Ever

When you catch yourself eating nachos, cheering along with Latino fans and watching Christina Aguilera during the half-time show, don't say we didn't warn you.   

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