Corey Clark Breaks His Silence Using the Power of Both Voice and Pen
LOS ANGELES, May 4 -- Unless you're just now emerging from your month long stay under a rock, it would have been impossible to avoid the scandalous powder keg developing in the media with regard to Former American Idol Finalist Corey Clark, American Idol judge Paula Abdul, and the notorious tell-all book detailing their forbidden relationship. Written by Clark himself, this literary account of his shocking experiences while participating in the famed Season 2 of American Idol has been unavailable ... until now!
In a technological coup, Corey Clark's book entitled "They Told Me to Tell the Truth, So ... (The Sex, Lies, and Paulatics of One of America's Idols)," will be made available online with the help of proprietary multimedia encryption software developed by emerging tech giant Wraptor. At 11:01 P.M. (PDT), immediately following Clark's first televised interview since the scandal broke -- on ABC's PrimeTime Live (10:00 P.M. PDT), his powerful literary account of what brought him to this point will officially be posted for download at http://www.coreyclark.com
Wraptor has created a multimedia masterpiece which will not only include the e-Book, but will also include Clark's latest single "Wiggle & Shake" in MP3 format along with lyrics, pictures, personal information, etc. All of this media will be incorporated into the downloadable book file in a never before seen multimedia package.
There are elements of this jaw dropping story that are simply too intense for mainstream media to report. Now, you can read those details for yourself ... your water cooler will never be the same!
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