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Sunday, December 09, 2007

Tidbits 12/10

  • Lycos press release announces most searched for terms of 2007 - Clay continues to dominate the most searched for men list -
    Clay Aiken continues to be the leading man online with web users, taking the top spot as the most-searched man of 2007 for the second year in a row.
    • MSNBC has an article about this -
      Britney, Clay Aiken are most-searched celebs
      Another day, another year-end list. This one comes from search engine Lycos, which says Britney Spears was its third most-searched term in 2007, and was the No. 1 most-searched woman on the site. Dubious as the honor might be, even more fascinating is that former "American Idol" winner Clay Aiken was the engine's most-searched man in 2007. Aiken topped the likes of the late Tupac Shakur (No. 2) and pretty boy Zac Efron (No. 7).
    • Detroit Free Press -
      Top five men: Clay Aiken, Tupac Shakur, Nelly, Akon and 50 Cent. Our man, Detroit rapper Eminem, was No. 8.
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  • ClayKat is back in Canada after attending Clay's concert in Albany, NY earlier this week. She offers a fantastic recap at her blog:
    Hello everyone,

    We got back from the States late this afternoon, after a long drive back from seeing Clay in concert last night! What a night... there were so many firsts, it's hard to know where to begin. For starters:

    - this was my first Clay Christmas concert (I've seen him only two other times: during the Jukebox Tour, and during this past summer's An Evening with Clay Aiken tour - but never during one of his Christmas tours)


    The two-hour concert flew by, of course. It seemed to me we were there maybe 30 minutes, and then all of a sudden, he was singing All is Well, and that was it... The arrangements were perfect and Clay was in fine form, as usual. That voice is always such a surprise to me, the richness, the depth, the beauty of it. The way it stirs my heart, reverberating so deep inside. I know his voice, inside and out. Yet everytime, I am bowled over again when I hear him. I listen to a huge variety of singers/musicians, all kinds of music, from pop to classical to hard rock and metal. Yet each time I come back to Clay, I am overwhelmed by the wisdom and purity he shares with us in those golden notes. To me, Clay is the finest male vocalist around today, hands down. And what a joy he was last night.

    Christmas classics, some woven into medlies, some sung in full, some Clay alone, others with his accompanying singers, Angela Fisher and Quiana Parlor - two extraordinary talents themselves. With classical orchestral accompaniment. Very beautiful. Other than that, visually the show was quite sombre - everyone in elegant black, Clay dashing in his black suit and tie, and his coal-coloured shirt. For those of you who like Clay in glasses, you would have been happy yesterday: he was wearing his rimless glasses, which to me, make him look so distinguished - like a wise, favourite teacher. The blond highlights in his light-brown hair, parted to the side. Sweet Clay.


    -- ClayKat
  • Carolina On My Mind - Christmas tour wows New York


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