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Sunday, August 19, 2007

Palm Beach Post's Leslie Gray Streeter Blogs on "The Aftermath"

The Palm Beach Post's Leslie Gray Streeter, who has been providing some truly wonderful Clay coverage this past week, posted some additional thoughts about Clay's concert on her Palm Beach Post blog:

Clay Aiken: The aftermath!

"So you're going to be Clayverted!"

More than one Claymate, or hopelessly devoted fan of singer, humanitarian, near-American Idol and cultural phenomenon, decried that by the time Clay's show at the Kravis Center was over, I would be one of them, ready to don the T-shirts, join the Internet groups and plan my vacations around Mr. Aiken's concert schedule.

So now? I'd gladly see him again, because he was great. Do I see me wearing a Clay T-shirt or traveling to see him or joining a huge network of Clay fans...Uh...don't kill me, but not really. I'm a fan now, but not one approaching the heights of what I've seen in my week of Claymate exposure. But I get it now, now that I've seen Clay Aiken and found him wonderful.

So I get it, Claymates. I get it. And I am admitting now, after talking to you and seeing how hysterical and talented and kinda cute Clay is, that I understand a little bit better. And after meeting Katie, Helene, Debi and Carolyn, our featured Claymates on the Palm Beach site and their friends, I get that their devotion now transcends the love of the music or the smile of a cute boy.
Amen... well said, Leslie!


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