In this photo taken Tuesday, Feb. 5, 2013, samba dancer and a call center supervisor Diana Prado sits at her work desk, in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Prado spends her daylight hours working at the call center. At night, she is a samba dancer, or "passista," as they're known in Portuguese, for the Sao Clemente group. Though passistas are unquestionably the star attractions of the world's most iconic Carnival celebrations, they're not on the payroll of the samba school they represent. (AP Photo/Felipe Dana)

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In this photo taken Tuesday, Feb. 5, 2013, samba dancer and a call center supervisor Diana Prado sits at her work desk, in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Prado spends her daylight hours working at the call center. At night, she is a samba dancer, or "passista," as they're known in Portuguese, for the Sao Clemente group. Though passistas are unquestionably the star attractions of the world's most iconic Carnival celebrations, they're not on the payroll of the samba school they represent.  (AP Photo/Felipe Dana)
In this photo taken Tuesday, Feb. 5, 2013, samba dancer and a call center supervisor Diana Prado sits at her work desk, in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Prado spends her daylight hours working at the call center. At night, she is a samba dancer, or "passista," as they're known in Portuguese, for the Sao Clemente group. Though passistas are unquestionably the star attractions of the world's most iconic Carnival celebrations, they're not on the payroll of the samba school they represent. (AP Photo/Felipe Dana)
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