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Celebrities, loved ones remember comedian Jerry Lewis

Lewis, a familiar face on Labor Day weekend as host of the the annual telethon to benefit the Muscular Dystrophy Association, was honored by friends and family at a memorial service in Las Vegas on Monday. He died Aug. 20 at age 91.

Swift single keeps ‘Despacito’ from breaking Mariah record

Billboard announced Tuesday that Swift’s “Look What You Made Me Do,” became her fifth Hot 100 chart topper. “Despacito,” by Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee, had tied Carey’s duet with Boyz II Men, “One Sweet Day,” as the longest running No. 1 songs in the 59-year history of the charts.

Billy Joel dons Star of David jacket during NYC show encore

The “Piano Man” didn’t comment from the stage on his attire Monday. But his performance came more than a week after a rally by neo-Nazi and other groups in Charlottesville, Virginia, ended in deadly violence against anti-rally demonstrators.

A reptilian tail? A solar eclipse. Taylor Swift teases fans

As for the video clip that appears to be a twitchy reptilian tail, well, we’re not sure how that might play into Swift’s anticipated sixth studio album that all of her social media shenanigans seem to be leading up to, possibly in October to coincide with the anniversary of the release of her “1989.”

From age 3 to 80, Barcelona victims represent a wide world

An Italian father who saved his children’s lives but lost his own. An American celebrating his first wedding anniversary. A Portuguese woman celebrating her birthday with her granddaughter. These were some of the 14 people from around the world killed in vehicle attacks in Barcelona and the nearby seaside resort of Cambrils on Thursday and early Friday.

Jon Stewart returning to HBO with standup special

HBO president of programming Casey Bloys said Stewart’s two upcoming appearances are “part of a larger deal” the network has with the entertainer, but he did not elaborate.

Apple founder Steve Jobs is the subject of a new opera

The music for “The (R)evolution of Steve Jobs” is by composer Mason Bates, combining traditional orchestration with synthesizer and other electronic effects. Mark Campbell’s libretto moves back and forth through Jobs’ life from childhood until his death in 2011 from pancreatic cancer.

Ed Sheeran says trolls drove him off Twitter; Lady Gaga sends her love

Ironically, Sheeran’s widespread popularity has partly made him a target for online haters. Upon release of his new album, “Divide,” in March, Sheeran had 16 songs on the UK Top 20 chart. That’s a feat so astounding that the Britain’s Official Charts Company had to change its structure, allowing only three songs per artist on the charts in a given week.