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American Idol dropout Mario Vazquez is coming out... of hiding, announcing that he has inked a record contract with J Records. (What did you think I was gonna say?) "It's just so exciting to see that my dreams are coming to fruition," the 27-year-old singer tells the Associated Press. In a statement, J Records chairman Clive Davis described Vazquez as "a multitalented, young Hispanic singer with the voice and charisma that we've been trying to find for a long time." And by "find" he means "steal."
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