Starring in the revival of Ain’t Misbehavin’, Ruben Studdard made a visit to the War Memorial Arena in Greensboro, North Carolina last night. To many fans, this is considered “Clay Country” so no one seemed surprised when Clay Aiken and his entourage were in attendance to support his friend of almost 6 years.
Ruben was asked last week if he was worried about being in his one-time rival’s turf. “I just saw him about four weeks ago in Spamalot, and we got to hang out. It’ll be good to come down there with the Claymates,” Ruben said with a laugh.
Studdard is not the only performer in the Ain’t Misbehavin’ revival with an Idol connection. He is joined on the stage by Frenchie Davis and Trenyce Cobbins, both of whom also appeared in the show’s second season.
The night must have been an exciting time for the three performers on the stage and for their famous friend in the audience. It is always nice to hear that both Clay and Ruben go out of their way to support each other.
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Clay and Ruben had a chance to catch up at the Lucky 32 Restaurant in Greensboro.