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Wednesday, October 24, 2007

Tidbits 10/24

Clay/Spamalot mention in Knox News Sentinel today ... thanks to the CB's KH25 for the scan!
  • Clay blogged today about entries he's received for the OFC Christmas stories contest thus far. He has enjoyed reading our stories, but outlines in the blog some important instructions for to follow when submitting stories.
  • Lycos 50 - Clay comes in at #9 on the Lycos Top 50 list this week. This is up one from #10 last week. By Clay's name is written "Spamalot"!
    • EarthTimes has the Lycos PR about this week's rankings.
  • New York Observer - Clay Aiken among performers scheduled for the Neil Sedaka 50 Concert this Friday:
    We’re saved by Neil Sedaka, as he celebrates “50 Years of Hits”—not one clunker in the bunch!—at Lincoln Center! Belting some of them out will be Natalie Cole, Clay Aiken, and the Captain & Tenille.
  • Ticket News:
    Spamalot moves up two positions in the Top Theatre rankings; yet despite the news that Clay Aiken is to join the Broadway cast as brave Sir Robin in January, the show retreats one spot in the NYC Theatre rankings.
  • Kansas City Star - Spamalot - "Clay Aiken’s run as Sir Robin on Broadway’s “Spamalot” will start Jan. 18. He’s expected to be with the show through May 4."
  • O.C. Register - Clay joins "Spamalot" in NYC -
    From "American Idol" to Eric Idle's "Spamalot."

    Clay Aiken will join the Broadway cast of "Monty Python's Spamalot" on Jan. 18, playing one of the leads, Sir Robin, in the Tony Award-winning musical directed by Mike Nichols.
  • Charleston Post & Courier - another random mention in a sports article -
    The thud the South Carolina Gamecocks made dropping from No. 6 to No. 15 in The Associated Press college football poll sounded worse than Clay Aiken trying to cover a Nirvana song.
  • Dixie Sun - another sports article -
    College is sitting over a plate of cold french toast at Denny’s at 3 a.m. discussing who would win in a fight between Chuck Norris and Clay Aiken.
  • Newsday - Rosie O'Donnell comments on last year's Kelly Ripa/Clay Aiken "scandal" in her new book -
    Feud with Kelly Ripa: "So Clay Aiken went on Kelly Ripa's show. It was clear to me that she didn't like him, for whatever reason.... During some inane segment he interrupted and he put his hand over her mouth as a joke, as if to say, 'Let me get a word in, kid, pass the ball, share.' ... and then she said, 'I don't know where that hand has been.' So I said, on the air next day, that Kelly's comment was homophobic, and she called into the show, wanting to have it out with me on air. Which she did."
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