Maria Gracinda Teixeira, 77, shows an old photo of herself, in Rio de Janeiro, Friday, Sept. 19, 2008. A former Brazilian model and ballerina is making headlines across Brazil after being revealed as the alleged lover of U.S. presidential hopeful John McCain 51 years ago. Fabio Guimaraes/O Globo/AP
Maria Gracinda Teixeira, 77, shows an old photo of herself, in Rio de Janeiro, Friday, Sept. 19, 2008. A former Brazilian model and ballerina is making headlines across Brazil after being revealed as the alleged lover of U.S. presidential hopeful John McCain 51 years ago. Fabio Guimaraes/O Globo/AP Fabio Guimaraes / O Globo / AP
Maria Gracinda Teixeira, 77, shows an old photo of herself, in Rio de Janeiro, Friday, Sept. 19, 2008. A former Brazilian model and ballerina is making headlines across Brazil after being revealed as the alleged lover of U.S. presidential hopeful John McCain 51 years ago. Fabio Guimaraes/O Globo/AP Fabio Guimaraes / O Globo / AP

McCain's Brazilian love life: A great kisser, but president?

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