Helen Gurley Brown, the former editor of Cosmopolitan magazine, died on Monday. She was 90.
Hearst Corporation, which publishes Cosmopolitan, announced that Brown died after...
On Wednesday night, American Idol finalists David Brown and Joseph Mureno were the unhappy recipients of news that they'd earned the lowest number of votes. New Orleans native Brown, who sang "Never Can Say Goodbye," teared up when he realized he'd have to anyway. New Yorker Mureno's "How Am I Supposed To Live Without You" annoyed Simon Cowell, who compared him to "a Portuguese lounge singer." How'd the boys handle the rejection?
"After I finished crying," Brown recalls, "I thought about what I could've done better. I'd have picked a more up-tempo song, first of all, and made a better first impression [on] the first live show."
Surprisingly, he tells TVGuide.com that it's too bad this week's castoffs weren't made to sing post-rejection. "I felt like they had to do what they had to do to shorten the show [to half an hour]. I think they were afraid [we] might get mad and perform bad