Roanoke Rapids Daily HeraldThe decision to choose a manager for the Roanoke Rapids Theatre is a difficult one since there are numerous offers on the table, including the following:
• A request from Jaymes Foster, a friend of Clay Aiken, to manage the theater.
Could this end up being Clay's North Carolina Branson? Would it include the Spooky Museum? Can't think of a better place.
This is a note from claniac24 on the Clayboard about the possible museum:
An update on Spooky: She won not only the JBT jacket but also both shirts that were up for auction. Also, the gorgeous mosaic of Clay's face that was in the silent auction. Those were the four items she determined in advance that she wanted to go home with, and she was lucky enough to be able to get all four. Also, she has purchased a fantastic 7500 square foot home in Raleigh which is likely to be the location of her Clay Museum when she ultimately gets it up and running. She already has numerous items to fill the museum with. I can't wait for it to open!
Infos Jeune in France has reported that American Idol alumni have surpassed the 200 mark for #1 hits on the Billboard Singles Charts.
American Idol has certainly come full circle with its success on The Billboard charts. Kelly Clarkson had AI's first #1 on the charts with her finale song, "A Moment Like This". "Measure of a Man," Clay Aiken (Nov. 1, 2003) "Soulful," Ruben Studdard (Dec. 27, 2003) "A Thousand Different Ways," Clay Aiken (Oct. 7, 2006) "Taylor Hicks," Taylor Hicks (Dec. 30, 2006) "Katharine McPhee," Katharine McPhee (Feb. 17, 2007) "My December," Kelly Clarkson (July 14, 2007) among others were singled out. A little good news.