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World mourns celebrity in 140 characters or less

The beloved performer’s vast contribution to the arts, was lovingly condensed to images of sad cats and a 'sad face-hashtag-RIP'. His family have asked for people to add to an online Book of Remembrance, but nothing too big for a fortune cookie. A Twitter spokesman said: 'There was one offensive post about the deceased, but we can assure the grieving family that it was at least short'.

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