Transcript for World Cup Fever Grows in Beautiful Brazil
It's been a -- the world cup, and loving the sights and sounds of Brazil. And our friend and anchor of the fusion network is down in Brazil. Pedro Andrade, how are you doing? I'm great. That's right. The world cup is in full swing, and whether you like soccer or not, Brazil is one of the most fun places on Earth. I was lucky enough to come down from Miami into the sunny beaches of Rio to find out what this country has to offer. Take a look. ? from the jam-packed stadiums -- He scores! Reporter: To the infamous Brazilian beaches and the steamy samba clubs. You can't help but feel the Brazilian beat. The performances are everywhere. And the latest craze, the wildly popular little step. If not dancing, soccer is truly the national past time. Or as a Brazilian supermodel says -- In my country, this is football. Reporter: From the streets to the beach -- watch this. Football is everywhere. Beautiful. You should be on the team. Reporter: Okay, so maybe soccer isn't my personal specialty. But another popular beach activity, slack lining. I know I can nail it. Okay. So it's definitely time far snack. So this is a food you're not going to find anywhere else in the world. And you must try the tapioca pancakes. My grandma was right. That in heaven they serve one of these every hour. But even when you take to the sky during these games -- check this out -- it's the breath-taking beauty that's brought the whole world to Brazil. That's right, guys. It's a tough job, but someone's got to do it, right? You look good doing it too, Pedro. Thank you so much. Have a great time. And a full slate of action today, four games on ESPN and espn2. And the big U.S. Versus Germany game tomorrow.
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