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LONDON (AP) — The party started about a month ago, but the big day is finally here for Mick Jagger. The Rolling Stones frontman is now 70 years old, but you'd never know it watching him perform on stage. Jagger has been reminiscing a lot this year, with the band's exhibit " 50 Years of Satisfaction" on display at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland. And, the Stones recently played a return concert in London's Hyde Park, with some flashbacks to their famous 1969 show there. Asked if this was a farewell tour, Jagger says "you never know what's going to happen." Born in Kent, England, he is an avid cricket fan. He's been married twice; he's the father of seven children, and now he's Grandpa to four more.


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NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Garth Brooks is a granddaddy. The country music superstar says Karalynn, his first grandchild, was born earlier this week. His daughter, August, is the proud mother, and he's hoping to keep her out of the spotlight. The 51-year-old " singer is thanking everyone "for their warm wishes and sweet celebration of Baby K's arrival."


GREER, S.C. (AP) — More trouble behind the wheel for Rapper DMX, which landed him behind bars for a brief stint. He's been arrested in South Carolina and charged with driving under the influence. The 42-year-old, whose real name is Earl Simmons, was also charged with not having a driver's license. He was arrested last year, too for no license , and was arrested for speeding in Arizona in 2011. DMX has been jailed in the past for failing to submit to drug testing and driving without a license.


NEW YORK (AP) — She's legal now, and says she's grown up to be comfortable in her own skin. Selena Gomez, who had her breakthrough on Disney's "Wizards of Waverly Place" at age 15, is now 21. She says she hasn't been too revealing in the past, but her new album "Stars Dance" shows her as a woman who is confident. Asked how she celebrated her birthday, Selena says she had a gypsy-themed party, and drank lots of shots.


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TORONTO (AP) — Justin Bieber can crank out hits -- and apparently spits. He's under fire again for less-than-gentleman-like behavior in Toronto. Photographed on the balcony of a ritzy hotel, Bieber is seen leaning over the rail, his mouth full, and then spitting down, with a big crowd of fans below. He later posted a video to Instagram showing the people beneath his balcony and singing the praises of his loyal fans. Earlier this month, he apologized to Bill Clinton after a video surfaced of Bieber relieving himself into a bucket, and cussing at a picture of the former president.


NEW YORK (AP) — John Stamos is losing it again. He's explaining his upcoming comedy series on Yahoo, and he's certainly not playing Uncle Jessie. The online show is called "Losing Your Virginity With John Stamos," which has the former "Full House" actor interviewing celebrities about their first sexual experiences. He says he got the idea when he was at a dinner and found himself sitting with a woman he'd been cozy with. Stamos says it's not about exploiting the graphic details of celebrity sex lives, but more about the emotions they were feeling. Documentary filmmaker Morgan Spurlock is the executive producer.

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NEW YORK (AP) — Saturday Night Live alum Fred Armisen is diving back into rock. He' ll be the director of a live stream of an upcoming Kings of Leon concert for the digital series "American Express Unstaged." The Aug. 9 concert in London will be webcast globally on Vevo and YouTube. Armisen, who left "S.N.L." earlier this year, is also a drummer and has directed music videos in the past.


NEW YORK (AP) — Hugh Jackman is crediting his actor's training Down Under for helping him pounce into every role he takes. Jackman says, when acting in Australia, "you need to be up for everything. " He says that's the only way to make enough money there to pay the rent. In "Wolverine," the 44-year-old actor says something magical happens when he puts on Logan's signature muttonchops and claws. As a fan of the comic book series, Jackman says he's wanted to be in this movie for more than a decade.

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BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. (AP) — Will there be another season of "Curb Your Enthusiasm?" Larry David says is staying non--committal. He tells TV writers he's can't decide whether to go shoot for a ninth season of the sitcom. The last new episodes aired in 2011. Davis is busy, though with an HBO appearance next month as the star and writer of "Clear History." He plays a marketing executive at a startup electric car company who quit before the business booms.

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