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Mick Jagger Brazil: Favored Teams Exit Early; Is He Jinxed?

By    |   Wednesday, 25 Jun 2014 06:26 PM

Brazilians are mocking singer Mick Jagger as being bad luck for the teams he supports at the World Cup in Brazil.

Italy, Portugal, and England have exited the World Cup following the first round after Jagger predicted wins.

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Brazil first pointed an accusatory finger at Jagger four years ago, when Brazil lost to the Netherlands at the World Cup in South Africa, with Jagger in the stands wearing a Brazilian jersey, The Associated Press reported. He previously had cheered on the United States and England, who lost.

Fans have taken to Twitter to beg the singer not to jinx their team and to cheer for their opponents instead.











While Brazilians poke fun at Jagger’s World Cup picks, they show up in droves to support The Rolling Stones, whose 2006 concert on Copacabana beach in Rio de Janeiro drew an estimated 1 million people, the AP noted.

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