Pop Goes The News — Canadian artists Justin Bieber and The Weeknd hold the top three spots on the latest Billboard Hot 100 chart.

In fact, Canadians show up in 18 spots on the chart dated Sept. 19 — including eight of the top 40.

Pop Goes The News — Legendary crooner Tony Bennett appeared confused Thursday night before abruptly ending his concert in Montreal.

The 89-year-old acknowledged “Toronto” and performed only five or six songs before he walked off the stage, according to audience members — including some who had paid more than $200 for tickets.

Pop Goes The News — Canadian comedian Norm Macdonald says political humour is “dull” and he thinks Bill Maher is “completely unfunny.”

In an interview with The Hollywood Reporter, the 51-year-old who grew up in Ottawa said he is bored by political humour because it’s “biased toward what the comedian thinks.”

Pop Goes The News — Canadian former hockey player Sean Avery is the latest male celebrity to show off his rear-end on social media.

The 35-year-old Toronto native posted a photo on Instagram this week in which he’s wearing nothing but jockstrap.

Pop Goes The News — Melissa Etheridge says being diagnosed with breast cancer nearly a decade ago was “a gift.”

The 54-year-old singer told Montreal journalist Richard Burnett she didn’t see cancer as a fight but as “an awakening” about her body.

Photo by Carter Smith for Vogue.

Pop Goes The News — Supermodel Cindy Crawford and husband Rande Gerber have opened up their Ontario cottage to Vogue.

The September issue of the fashion magazine features an “exclusive” look at the couple’s “private island retreat” on Lake Joseph in the Muskoka region north of Toronto.