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Taylor Swift sings Calvin Harris' 'This Is What You Came For' at her only concert of 2016

Taylor Swift, 26, took the stage at the Formula One U.S. Grand Prix race in Austin, Texas, on Saturday night to perform a song she’s never sung in front of an audience.

>> Taylor Swift shares footage from Formula One rehearsals

Swift sang her version of “This Is What You Came For,” which she co-wrote with ex-boyfriend Calvin Harris. Harris and Rihanna came together to sing the song this summer.

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“I’ve never played this song live before,” Swift, who was recovering from a cold, told her fans. “But if you know it, maybe you could sing along, and then I could get to know what that feels like to hear it sung back to me.”

>> PHOTOS: Taylor Swift through the years

It was her only concert of the year.

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WATCH: Pentatonix stuns with new cover of Leonard Cohen's 'Hallelujah'

Pentatonix has done it again. The a cappella group came together to sing a stunning rendition of Leonard Cohen’s “Hallelujah.”

>> Watch the video here

Cohen released the song in 1984, and since then, it has been covered by multiple artists.

>> Watch Cohen's version here

>> Listen to Jeff Buckley's version

Fans seem to love Pentatonix's take on the classic, and many YouTube comments have been posted about the video.

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“I cried. Anyone else?” one user wrote.

“LOVE YOU PENTATONIX,” another said.

>> Who did it better? Weigh in with our poll!

Eric Trump posed with these two sisters but missed the message on one of their shirts

Sisters Annie and Ceci Cardelle attended a rally in North Carolina for Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump. People like the shirt that Annie wore so much that the Cardelles' photo with Trump’s son, Eric, and daughter-in-law, Lara, has been retweeted more than 70,000 times.


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Although many assumed that the shirt was pro-Trump, anyone with an inkling of Spanish would know that the shirt said “Latina against Trump.”

“I didn’t want to go hear Eric Trump speak, but [my sister] really wanted to, so I couldn’t just go without making a little bit of a statement,” Annie told Buzzfeed.

(H/T The Hill)

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Afghan hound retires from show dog career, becomes spokesdog

Tea was a successful show dog until she recently retired.

After a photo of her went viral in June, the 5-year-old Afghan hound was thrust into a new profession, animal actor.

It was a natural fit.

“Even our weekend walks draw a crowd,” Luke Kavanagh told The Daily Telegraph in Australia. “She pretends she doesn’t need the attention, but she definitely loves it, just like any supermodel.”

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Millions of people viewed the image of Tea gracefully posing on a bench, turning it into a meme and the dog a star.

She has appeared in advertising campaigns for Harriot and Hounds’ dog perfume and is the spokesdog for Royal Canine dog food.

And the story behind the image that sparked her second career?

“I just did it one day after her bath,” Kavanagh said. “I guess people were mostly drawn to it because of her silky coat coupled with that dignified look that Tea has, but that’s just her being her.”

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Wine drinking woman rewarded with free chicken wings for leaving car in restaurant parking lot

Paula Grzelak-Schultz had a little too much wine one evening and left her SUV in the restaurant parking lot.

She returned to her vehicle a couple of days later to find a note on the windshield.

"I thought I was getting in trouble," Shultz told CTV Edmonton.

It was actually a reward.

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"Just wanted to thank you for leaving your car parked overnight," read the note, written by Jay McLean, manager of Original Joe's Pub and Restaurant. "I'm not sure if you had consumed alcohol at our restaurant or not, but we wanted to thank you for not drinking and driving."

Included with the note was a coupon for a free pound of chicken wings.

She was stunned.

"In this day and age, the world is all about me, me, me," Schultz told ‘Today.’ "He did this because he wanted to do the right thing, and wanted to acknowledge that I did the right thing.”

McLean started randomly leaving notes about a year ago on cars left overnight by thoughtful inebriated drivers.

“I just hope they feel appreciated and thanked for not getting behind the wheel,” McLean told Global News.

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Burning 'Weed World Candies' truck snarls traffic on Delaware Memorial Bridge

A large fire that enveloped what appears to be a Weed World Candies truck snarled traffic Sunday along the Delaware Memorial Bridge, video shows.

The video taken by a passenger in a car driving by the scene indicates the vehicle is a Weed World Candies truck.

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The Eastern Shore of Maryland Volunteer Fireman’s Association said that units are responding to the eastbound span of the bridge.

Weed World Candies started creating marijuana-themed confections in 1999 and tours the country in a fleet of brightly painted vehicles.

The recreational vehicle was totaled. There were no injuries, officials said.

This is a developing story. Please check back for updates.

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Body of teen believed swept into storm drain found

The body of a missing teenager last seen walking home in heavy rains is believed to have been found in the Merrimack River in Massachusetts, police said Sunday afternoon. 

A body spotted in the water in Tyngsborough is believed to be that of Jacob Goulet, 16, who went missing Friday night and is presumed to have fallen into an open manhole. Official identification of the body is pending, but based on the clothing description and body condition, police believe it is Goulet. 

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Frances Lee Sanders told FOX25 she called police Friday night when she saw an umbrella and a hat lying near the open manhole near the intersection of Main and Water streets. 

The following morning, Goulet's family called police and said the 16-year-old hadn't come home the previous night. 

Police say surveillance footage showed Goulet with the umbrella and hat as he walked on a path that led to the manhole. Emergency crews then launched a "massive" search of the area, including of the sewer system and in the Nashua and Merrimack rivers.

The body, spotted from the air Sunday afternoon, washed up in Tyngsborough, Massachusetts, which is just south of Nashua. 

Body found inside stolen car in Florida

Scrawled on the bumper of the stolen white Toyota are the words: 

"This is what happens when you let ur girlfriend borrow ur new car! (Has backup cam)."

Inside the trunk of the car was a dead man. 

Police are now investigating after the discovery was made Sunday on Jacksonville Beach.

The car was still running when officers found it parked in a lot.

Jacksonville Beach police said a medical examiner is working to determine the man’s cause of death.

There were no signs of foul play on his body.

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Neighbors were surprised the man was found dead in their neighborhood, which they describe as the quiet side of the beach.

“It just kind of puzzles us for something like that to happen out here,” Gary Godreau said.

Police said the Toyota Corolla was stolen from Jacksonville.

Michael Drinkwater, who lives across the street, watched police investigate the scene.

“Six officers started to approach the car, all six of them with their guns drawn, which brought my attention to it,” Drinkwater said. “Then the yellow tarps came out, and they started covering the car up."

The officers checked the cab and trunk of the car, where they found the body.

“It’s beautiful out here. We don’t have any problems,” Drinkwater said.

Queen's Brian May fighting 'persistent illness'

Hildi Brooks contributed to this report.

Queen singer and guitarist Brian May has revealed that he is fighting a "persistent illness which is destroying (his) energy and (his) will."

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May was set to perform 11 candlelight concerts before Christmas with Kerry Ellis but wrote on his website that he would be unable to go on with the plan.

"I'm gutted to have to pull out -- I hate letting our loyal fans down," May wrote. "But the advice I have had is that I must take time off to heal, rather than go out on tour again and risk 'falling down on the job,' which would be much worse."

May wrote that he "agonized over" the decision to pull out of the concerts, but he doesn't feel "confident to perform the scheduled shows to the standard" his fans expect. 

"I got myself in a very depleted state and have taken the decision now to clear my diary of everything until the end of the year," he wrote. "I'm leaving today on a big steel bird to spend some time recharging in a safe place. Need to turn off the phones and media for a while ... I have to get away and prioritize healing."

May thanked his fans for their support and well wishes, and his site offered "a consolation for disappointed fans" in the form of a newly recorded studio album by May and Ellis, which is scheduled for release in March.

May, who founded Queen with Freddie Mercury in 1970, underwent tests in 2014 to find out if he had prostate cancer, but doctors cleared him of the disease weeks after the biopsy was completed.

May also has a doctorate in astrophysics. 

Tour bus collision with semi-truck leaves 13 dead in California

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

At least 13 people were killed and 31 others were injured Sunday morning when a tour bus and a semi-truck crashed on a freeway near Palm Springs, California, The Associated Press reported. The crash occurred on westbound Interstate 10 around 5 a.m.

At least 25 bus passengers were taken to area hospitals, according to the AP.

Varying reports listed the number of people killed as ranging from seven to 13.

"At this time, we know that there are multiple fatalities. We can't give an amount because that number is going to change," California Highway Patrol Officer Stephanie Hamilton said Sunday morning. "There are approximately 31 passengers on the bus that were transported with minor to serious injuries."

Firefighters used ladders to reach into the bus' windows to pull out victims. They used chainsaws to gain entry into the front of the bus, The Desert Sun reported.

Photos show the front of the bus pushed into the semi-truck's trailer.

"The intrusion into the bus compartment is significant," Hamilton said.

The bus, identified as a USA Holiday bus, crashed into the big rig's trailer. USA Holiday is known for transporting people from Los Angeles to Southern California casinos, according to The Desert Sun. 

Tow trucks attempted to lift the bus from the semi and to pull the semi forward, away from the bus.

"The whole front of the bus up to about the second or third row of seats was completely crushed into the left rear side of the semi truck," a witness told The Desert Sun. "By the time I got there, there were at least a dozen firefighters climbing into the passenger bus, pulling people out."

The driver of the big rig was not injured, KWWL reported.

Rich Ramhoff, director of marketing at Desert Regional Medical Center, said that of the 14 patients the hospital received, five victims are in critical condition, three are in serious condition and six had minor injuries. He told The Desert Sun that in his six years at the hospital, this was the largest number of victims he'd seen from a single incident.

Lee Rice, of the Eisenhower Medical Center, said that the Rancho Mirage hospital received 11 adult patients, all with minor injuries.

Victims were also transported to John F. Kennedy Hospital in Indio, California.

The California Highway Patrol said all westbound lanes of the highway are closed and traffic is being diverted. CHP officials estimate the freeway could be closed until 4 p.m.

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