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Tuesday, March 30, 2010

Judges Critized Didi Benami: "What Becomes of the Brokenhearted"

Judges Critized Didi Benami: "What Becomes of the Brokenhearted" on Television Today -- Judges was Critized American Idol contestant Didi Benami when she sang "What Becomes of the Brokenhearted" last night. Ryan Seacrest hinted that Didi sang the song as a tribute to her best friend Rebecca, who passed away before Didi tried out for Idol. Rebecca's passing inspired Didi to try out for the show, which is why Ryan remarked "[Didi] auditioned for the show for a reason" when Didi didn't offer up the details herself.

American Idol contestant Didi Benami was criticized by the judges for being dramatic when she sang "What Becomes of the Brokenhearted?" on Tuesday night's show. And she was clearly emotional after performing the song for guest mentor Usher. The lyrics of "What Becomes of the Brokenhearted" include, " What becomes of the broken hearted, who have love that's now departed. I know I've got to find some kind of peace of mind. Maybe."

Here is the of "What Becomes Of The Broken":

As I walk this land with broken dreams
I have visions of many things
Love's happiness is just an illusion
Filled with sadness and confusion,
What becomes of the broken hearted
Who had love that's now departed?
I know I've got to find
Some kind of peace of mind
The fruits of love grow all around
But for me they come a tumblin' down.
Every day heartaches grow a little stronger
I can't stand this pain much longer
I walk in shadows
Searching for light
Cold and alone
No comfort in sight,
Hoping and praying for someone to care
Always moving and goin to where
What becomes of the broken hearted
Who had love that's now departed?
I know I've got to find
Some kind of peace of mind
I'm searching though I don't succeed,
But someone look, there's a growing need.
Oh, he is lost, there's no place for beginning,
All that's left is an unhappy ending.
Now what's become of the broken-hearted
Who had love that's now departed?
I know I've got to find
Some kind of peace of mind
I'll be searching everywhere
Just to find someone to care.
I'll be looking everyday
I know I'm gonna find a way
Nothings gonna stop me now
I'll find a way somehow
I'll be searching everywhere
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Wednesday, March 24, 2010

Robert Culp "Bill Cosby" Died

Robert Culp "Bill Cosby" Died on Television Today --Robert Culp is an American TV actor at 79 years old died Wednesday morning at a local hospital where he had been rushed after hitting his head while taking a walk outside his home. American TV actor Robert Culp, best known as a secret agent in the 1960s hit "I Spy". Los Angeles police Lt. Robert Binder said no foul play was suspected. Binder said a jogger found Culp, who apparently fell and struck his head.

Manager Hillard Elkins said the actor was on a walk when he fell. He was taken to a hospital and pronounced dead just before noon. The actor's son was told he died of a heart attack, Elkins said, though police were unsure if the fall was medically related.

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Wednesday, March 17, 2010

Singer and guitarist Alex Chilton Die at 59

Singer and guitarist Alex Chilton Die at 59 on Television Today -- Singer and guitarist Alex Chilton, known for his influential work with bands the Box Tops and Big Star. Alex Chilton, singer and guitarist of Big Star, one of the most influential rock groups to emerge from the early 1970s, has passed away at the age of 59. Chilton's longtime friend John Fry says that Chilton died Wednesday at a hospital in New Orleans after experiencing what appeared to be heart problems..

Chilton reportedly suffered a heart attack today in New Orleans, just days before Big Star were scheduled to perform at the SXSW Festival in Austin, Texas. Chilton had been complaining about his health earlier in the day, and was eventually taken to a New Orleans hospital, where he was pronounced dead. Big Star drummer Jody Stephens confirmed Chilton’s passing, Memphis’ Commercial Appeal reports. “Alex passed away a couple of hours ago,” Stephens said. “I don’t have a lot of particulars, but they kind of suspect that it was a heart attack.”

Fry, the owner of Memphis-based Ardent Studios, says he has spoken to Chilton's wife and that she's very distressed. Fry said: "It was just a sudden and unexpected event."

Chilton began his musical career in his teens as a member of the Box Tops before returning to his native Memphis to form Big Star with guitarist/co-songwriter Chris Bell, drummer Jody Stephens and bassist Andy Hummel. Blending power pop with the sound of the Beatles and the Beach Boys, Big Star were critically acclaimed but largely ignored commercially. In their short time together in the early-’70s — though Bell and Hummel exited the band after #1 Record — Big Star only released three studio albums, but what three incredible albums they were: 1972’s #1 Record, 1974’s Radio City and 1978’s dark but beautiful Third/Sister Lovers all placed on Rolling Stone’s 500 Greatest Albums of All Time, and their classic tracks “Thirteen” and “September Gurls” both made the 500 Greatest Songs of All Time.

While they only lasted a few years, Big Star’s impact continues to reverberate decades later. R.E.M. and the Replacements both named Big Star and Alex Chilton as major influences, and the Replacements’ Pleased to Meet Me features a song titled “Alex Chilton.” Chilton became a cult musical icon, and artists as diverse as Beck, Wilco, Elliott Smith, R.E.M., Cheap Trick, Jeff Buckley, Garbage, Bat For Lashes and Whiskeytown have covered Big Star’s songs. Renewed interest in the band’s music led to a reunion of sorts in the early ’90s and a new album in 2005’s In Space, which featured two members of the Posies, Ken Stringfellow and Jon Auer. Just last year, a box set celebrating Big Star’s entire catalog, Keep an Eye on the Sky was released.

“It’s not like I’m a ‘big star’ constantly getting noticed, but I do get recognized,” Chilton told Rolling Stone in 2000 of the fame that eluded Big Star during their first years together. “What’s nice is that the people in my neighborhood just know me as Alex. It’s funny, because I spent so much of my life moving from place to place and I went through a few dark periods, but in the last few years I’ve kind of settled down.” Chilton is survived by his wife Laura and son Timothy.

Chilton had been scheduled to perform with Big Star on Saturday at the South by Southwest music festival in Austin, Texas.

The festival's creative director, Brent Grulke, says Chilton's gift for melody was second to none.

Gulke says: "Alex Chilton always messed with your head, charming and amazing you while doing so."
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Tuesday, March 16, 2010

Shia Labeouf Hand Injury Pictures | carey Mulligan Pictures

Shia LaBeouf’s hand injury. The young actor suffered hand injuries from accident a year ago and this has somewhat caused a bit of a serious damage to his hand. He stated that after months and months passed, his hands are not completely healed.

The young actor suffered hand injuries from an accident. LaBeouf’s hand injury, which left two of his fingers broken. check out the shia labeouf hand injury pictures now. According to read-news‘ Shia LaBeouf hand injury pictures are now circulating the web. The actor described to men’s magazine GQ the painful process of recovering from his recent handinjury, which sounded brutal.

Many people are just waiting to see pictures of Shia LaBeouf’s hand after a successful recovery from his truck accident a few months ago before filming Transformers 2: Rise of the Fallen . Shia LaBeouf is the latest cover for GQ Magazine and in the issue he shared what truly happened about his truck accident, his hand injury, reconstructive surgery and sheer disappointment and animosity towards the comments and unsolicited advice of Khloe Kardashian about ‘living his life’.

The actor was just vocal about his distress and bitterness towards Khloe Kardashian after the latter did let go a line for Shia at a red carpet event. Khloe told the press of US Weekly if she can give Shia an advice, it would be: “Just be smarter..[ ] Think about your actions and get a driver. It’s so much cheaper in the long run! Shia to GQ: “And I’m so upset, man. I’m so angry,” he tells GQ. “Because this accident was not caused by me. I got hit. I had a green. This [expletive] ran a red light. And he flipped my truck, and he shoveled it on my hand. And my fingers are in the street … They’re in the street, they’re off, they’re under the truck door, man. This is fake, dude,” he says, lifting his newly reconstructed hand. “This is hip bone and the skin that was left over…”

Meanwhile, the 23-year old actor is busy promoting his upcoming movie alongside Michael Douglas as an ambitious young trader in “Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps.” We’ll be waiting forpictures of Shia LaBeouf’s Hand Injury and update this post further.

“I’d be watching the news, and they’d play my car crash, and every once in a while Kim Kardashian’s sister would jump on TV and preach to me from the red carpet about how to live my f—ing life,” Shia told GQ. “And I’m so upset, man. I’m so angry. Because this accident was not caused by me. I got hit. I had a green. This f—er ran a red light. And he flipped my truck, and he shoveled it on my hand.

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Sunday, March 14, 2010

Peter Graves: Mission Impossible Actor DEAD !!!

Peter Graves: Mission Impossible Actor DEAD !!! on Television Today -- Peter Graves: Mission Impossible Actor DEAD !!! Actor Peter Graves was found dead of apparent natural causes at his home on Sunday. He was 83. Peter Graves who starred in the 1960s TV show "Mission: Impossible" and the "Airplane!".

LAPD Said were not investigating the death and there was no sign of foul play. A representative for Graves told media the actor died of a heart attack. The younger brother of "Gunsmoke" actor Jim Arness, Graves gained widespread recognition in 1967, when he took the role as leader of the "Impossible Missions Force" on popular TV spy drama "Mission: Impossible."

He portrayed Jim Phelps, who would receive his team's next mission instructions on a tape that would self-destruct in a puff of smoke. Graves stayed on the U.S. series until it was canceled in 1973, then later reprised the role in a TV revival from 1988-1990.

Graves is perhaps better known to modern audiences for his deadpan comedic role in 1980 comedy spoof "Airplane!" in which he famously played the not-so-subtle pedophile pilot of a seemingly doomed jetliner. The actor had long told a story that he initially wanted to turn down the role, but was talked into it after being convinced by the filmmakers that his dry and deadpan delivery was exactly what was needed to make the spoof work.

Graves appeared in about 130 films and television shows. In recent years, he hosted U.S. cable TV series, including the A&E Network's long-running historical series, "Biography." Born Peter Aurness on March 18, 1926, in Minneapolis, Graves worked at a local radio station as a teenager and later attended the University of Minnesota, where he majored in drama.

He made his film debut in the 1951 crime drama "Rogue River," and two years later won acclaim portraying a German spy placed among allied prisoners of war in "Stalag 17." In one of his early TV credits, Graves portrayed Jim Newton on the 1950s-era Saturday morning kids' show "Fury," about a horse and the boy who loved him.

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Thursday, March 11, 2010

Merlin Olsen Died On Thursday Morning at 69

Merlin Olsen, 69, a Hall of Fame defensive tackle with the Los Angeles Rams who became equally well known after his playing days as a football broadcaster, television actor and commercial pitchman, died March 11 at a hospital in Duarte, Calif., outside Los Angeles. He had mesothelioma, a rare form of cancer often related to exposure to asbestos. Merlin Olsen, a member of both the Pro Football and College Football Halls of Fame, died Thursday morning at the age of 69. Olsen had been diagnosed with mesothelioma in 2009 and had since been undergoing chemotherapy treatments, according to the Cache Valley Daily

Mr. Olsen was the anchor of the Rams' defensive line known as the "Fearsome Foursome," an intimidating front wall that captured the imagination of fans in the 1960s and helped make defensive play in football as exciting and innovative as the offense. After his playing career, he was a TV football analyst for 16 years, had leading roles in the wholesome frontier dramas "Little House on the Prairie" and "Father Murphy" and was the longtime spokesman for FTD florists.

In his 15 seasons with the Rams from 1962 to 1976, Mr. Olsen never missed a game and was named to 14 consecutive Pro Bowl teams, a record later matched by offensive lineman Bruce Matthews. He won the NFL's most valuable player award in 1974 and was elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1982, the first year he was eligible. His jersey number, 74, was retired by the Rams, and he still holds the all-time team record for tackles, with 915.

"He had as much to do as any other individual with glamorizing defensive football in the NFL," his official biography at the Pro Football Hall of Fame states.

Mr. Olsen played left tackle in the Rams' legendary front four, with David "Deacon" Jones at left end, Roosevelt "Rosey" Grier at right tackle and Lamar Lundy at right end. The "Fearsome Foursome" were together only four years (1963-66), but in that time they revolutionized defensive line play with "stunting" and "looping" techniques, in which they crossed paths or slanted across the line to rush the passer. Jones, who lined up to Mr. Olsen's left, coined the term "sack" to describe tackling the opposing quarterback behind the line of scrimmage.
Jones and Mr. Olsen are both in the Hall of Fame, making them, in the words of sports columnist Steve Bisheff, "the finest side-by-side pairing of defensive linemen in the history of the sport."

Besides extraordinary strength, the 6-foot-5, 275-pound Mr. Olsen had remarkable balance, quickness and durability, and he was equally adept at rushing the passer and stopping the running game. He was an exceptionally cerebral player who prepared for his games -- as a player and later as an analyst -- as if studying for an exam.

"He was so thoroughly prepared, he should have been a lawyer," his longtime NBC broadcast partner Dick Enberg told the Los Angeles Times in 2006.

"The key to consistency of performance is concentration," Mr. Olsen once said, according to the Notable Sports Figures reference work. "Each game, at the beginning of each play, I thought of it as the most important play of the year. I went into every play as if the game depended on it."

Merlin Jay Olsen was born Sept. 15, 1940, in Logan, Utah, and was an unpromising athlete as a child. In the ninth grade, a coach recommended that he try out for the band, rather than the football team. But through hard work and sheer size -- he was 6-4, 225 pounds in high school -- he blossomed into an outstanding athlete in four sports.

At Utah State University, he was a two-time all-American and won the Outland Trophy as the best interior lineman in the country in 1961. He graduated summa cum laude, was elected to the Phi Beta Kappa honor society and, while playing in the NFL in 1970, received a master's degree from Utah State in economics.

After his football career, he analyzed football games for NBC and CBS and sought acting advice from actor-producer Michael Landon, who cast him as Jonathan Garvey in NBC's "Little House on the Prairie" from 1977 to 1981. In the early 1980s, Mr. Olsen starred in NBC's "Father Murphy," as an Old West frontiersman who disguises himself as a priest to help orphans.

Mr. Olsen was elected to the College Football Hall of Fame in 1980, and Utah State named its football field after him in December. Last year, Mr. Olsen sued NBC Universal, 20th Century Fox and other companies, claiming he developed cancer from negligent exposure to asbestos.

In 1994, Olsen was named to the NFL's 75th Anniversary All-Time Team, alongside legendary defensive tackles "Mean" Joe Greene and Bob Lilly.

Olsen is also a member of the College Football Hall of Fame's Class of 1980. He enjoyed a legendary career at previously little-known Utah State. A two-time All-American (1960 and '61), Olsen also won the Outland Trophy in 1961 as the nation's top interior lineman.

In December, Utah State named its field at Romney Stadium in Olsen's honor.

After his football career ended, Olsen began work on television as a color commentator for NBC's NFL coverage. He also dabbled in acting, including roles on Little House on the Prairie and Father Murphy.

Two of his brothers, Phil and Orrin Olsen, also played in the NFL. They survive him, along with his wife of 47 years, Susan Wakley Olsen; three children; another brother; five sisters; and four grandchildren.

Describing his years with the Fearsome Foursome, Mr. Olsen said in 1997: "We could have fit in extremely comfortably in the modern game. I was the shortest at 6-5 and our average weight was 275 pounds. And there was not a weight lifter in the group.

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Monday, March 8, 2010

Sunan International Airport real Mean Airport

Sunan International Airport is the main airport servicing Pyongyang, Democratic People's Republic of Korea. The Sunan International Airport has a automobile park, duty free shop, Korea Trade Bank, souvenir shops, disabled facilities, a taxi stand and disabled facilities.

The Sunan International Airport has four runaways with the largest used for international flights. The second runway at Sunan International Airport is used for civil and domestic flights. The Sunan International airport also has a maintenance area with four hangars and a giant apron.

The Sunan International Airport operates from 06:00 to 22:00 during the summer and from 07:00 to 21:00 in the winter. According to Wikipedia, the Sunan International Airportis the main hub of Air Koryo. Recently Air Koryo released a new jet at the Sunan International Airport.

With Sunan International Airport in mind, a 35 year elderly suspect was picked up at KL International Airport after a search and seizure of a plastic package.

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