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Garfunkel slams Simon for quitting their band shortly after releasing their biggest record to date, asking him, 'What's going on with you, you idiot? How could you let that go, jerk?'
Prosecutors told a judge in Norwalk, CT on Tuesday, June 17 that they would not pursue the case against the couple.
Contrary to early report which claimed that the phone call was made by Edie Brickell's mother, police report says that the call which led to their arrest was made by Simon.
Simon and Edie Brickell told the judge at Norwalk Superior Court after the arrest that they were no threat to each other.
The two singers are set to embark on their 'Paul Simon and Sting: On Stage Together' tour, which begins on February 8 and finishes on March 16.
The Simon and Garfunkel star gives a soothing support for grieving families and friends who lost their loved ones during the 2001 tragic attack.
Being one of the Top 3 contestants on 'American Idol', the 16-year-old has got a chance to make homecoming tour over the weekend and meet with tornado victims.
Despite the technical glitch in the beginning of her performance, the singer managed to keep her crowd pumped out.
Helms' turn as the show's host was made merry with unannounced guests in two skits including live-action version of the Ambiguously Gay Duo.
Actress/singer Julie Andrews and cellist Yo-Yo Ma will also take part on the forthcoming event, which opening gig will be hosted by Mike Nichols and Diane Sawyer.