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Saturday, May 03, 2008

Tidbits 5/3

  • The Urbana Daily Citizen - cracks in AI beginning to surface?
    Clarkson, Carrie Underwood, Clay Aiken and Chris Daughtry set standards for "American Idol" contestants that are hard to top; last year's winner Jordin Sparks has had two radio hits, but so-so record sales.
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  • Carolina On My Mind - a big weekend for Clay and Claymates ...
    "Clayapalooza Weekend" is off and running! With hundreds of his fans in the audience, Clay Aiken is performing the final four shows of his "Spamalot" run on Broadway Saturday and Sunday.

    Then on Monday and Tuesday, with many of the same fans on hand, the New York City celebration will turn to the Big Apple's CD Release Party for the singer's new album, On My Way Here. Clay is slated to autograph CD's for 300 lucky fans at the Virgin Megastore.
  • Something That Really Happened - wish your mother a Happy Mothers Day with a Clay Aiken e-card
  • Anew and Afresh - Clay ready to begin a new chapter in the career. Goodbye Spamalot, hello On My Way Here:
    This Sunday night will mark Clay Aiken's final performance in "Monty Python's SPAMalot" on Broadway. By all accounts, his short four month run has been a hit with great reviews, sell-out performances, praise from his Broadway peers, and a record amount of money raised for Broadway Cares in the annual Easter Bonnet competition. "Monty Python's SPAMalot" came in second in the competition, raising $264,900, and I have no doubts but that the cast and crew of the show would point to Clay Aiken as a big reason why they were able to raise so much money. For two weeks, people lined up after the show to donate anywhere from $200 - $300, just for the privilege of having their photo taken with Clay. And I'm not talking about five or six people a night either. ;)


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