Clay Aiken – Surviving The Next Few Weeks

It’s Clay!!  Oh, wait maybe not….Yes, I recognize the shoes…Well, I think that is Clay’s shirt…I think he has worn that many times!!!  Besides, it matches the tweet!!  What do you mean its not Clay….NOOOOOO!!  Are you sure the picture is on Google Earth???


I just don’t think I will survive the next few weeks!!

Late Monday afternoon, I was introduced to a new Charity.  Named The Art of Elysium, this wonderful organization was founded in 1997.  According to their website:

The Art of Elysium encourages working actors, artists and musicians to voluntarily dedicate their time and talent to children who are battling serious medical conditions.

The Art of Elysium provides artistic workshops in the disciplines of acting, art, comedy, fashion, music, radio, songwriting and creative writing. The Fine Arts Program encompasses Visual Arts Exploration, Fashion Design, and Photography allowing children to explore a wide range of mediums. TheTheatre/Media Program features Acting/Improv Workshops, Active Imaginations Theatrical Program, Laugh It Up Comedy Workshops, The Turn Around Plays Program, and The Take-2 Film Making Workshops. All give children a role in creating a film through cinematography, screenwriting, film editing, set design, music, makeup, and hair and costume design. Music Programs include Mix It Up, Music Lessons, Musical Performances, The Songwriting Program, and The Kids Radio Program that gives kids the opportunity to operate their own radio station.

Volunteers must be 18 years of age. You can also get involved by donating artistic supplies, become a sponsor, sponsor a program, buy art at their Art Gallery, purchase an art kit for a child, and shop their online store.

From Ben Afleck to Toby Maguire…Courteney Cox to Sting, the list of celebrities that support this worthwhile charity is enormous.

Tonight, Michelle Trachtenberg is hosting a fundraiser at Lord & Taylor at 5th Avenue in NYC.   The event, scheduled for 6PM celebrates the opening of the new Folli Follie shop in Lord & Taylor.

This is very interesting news especially when you realize that Clay Aiken was seen visiting Lord & Taylor yesterday with Arsenio Hall.  Then, a few minutes later, there were some messages on-line that Clay met with Michelle in the afternoon.

Of course, we don’t know if the sightings true or if they are rumors meant to shuffle all the facts so no one knows what is going on.

Folli Follie is a Greek-based international company which designs, manufactures and distributes jewellery, watches, and fashion accessories.   The company is known for supporting many charity events by holding sales to support worthy causes.

You can see their beautiful designs HERE

So…do we know what Clay is doing??  Not really, but I sure hope that someone can  RSVP to the fundraiser and heads to the charity event at Lord & Taylor.  Even if Clay is across town selling Pizza in Times Square, the event at Lord and Taylor is supporting a wonderful charity.

For more information on The Art of Elysium, you can visit their site by clicking on TheArtofElysium


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7 thoughts on “Clay Aiken – Surviving The Next Few Weeks

  1. Lol, time is going by so slowly waiting to see what's going on with Clay and CA. I wonder what this was all about? Ah well, I hope he's having a lot of fun and doing well.

  2. Thank you for the information about The Art of Elysium. I had not idea. What a great charity!

    Yes, we have no idea where in NYC Clay Aiken is. Do we?

  3. Wow, great organization!!

    Yesterday was so much fun. Here's hoping that lots of money is raised for charity – especially that of a certain singerman….

  4. I would bet that Clay and his team will be at Lord & Taylor for the event tonight. I wish I was there too.

    Nice to know more about the charity. Thanks for looking it up!!

    GO CLAY!!!

  5. I really enjoyed reading about this wonderful organization. Their merchandise is very beautiful. It sounds like a great charity with lots of celebrities involved with it. I hope Clay is doing something with it, but I guess we will just have to wait. The waiting is killing me!

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