After a week of tweets, blogs and surprises, Friday, January 27th ended up being a day to catch up! No one seemed to know if Clay Aiken had overworked his twitter fingers, was enjoying family time, was traveling, lost his phone, or just decided to take a breather. Yeah…we get spoiled. After so much news all week, most fans were missing the “twitter master.”
However, there was some great information found at Amazon. Instead of the empty box that was supposed to be Steadfast, they posted a cover that just might be the real deal. It looked much like the artwork for Bring Back My Love, but the lighting was different and the colors a bit more muted. As always, the fans had fun talking about the great picture and the great music they hope are included on the playlist!
Below is a picture that was posted at Amazon. What do you think?
It all started in Atlanta, Georgia on January 28th, 2003, when millions of people were introduced to a skinny redhead who wore glasses and had a unique fashion style. The American Idol judges looked skeptical and no one knew what to expect.
But like your mother used to say, don’t judge a book by its cover. Clay Aiken opened his mouth to sing and the incredible voice that poured out amazed everyone.
“Why are you here?” Clay spread his hands and stated simply; “Because I am the next American Idol.”
The skeptical judges watched and listened as Clay sang an excerpt from the 80’s song, Always and Forever and demonstrated his rich, clear voice.
Randy Jackson wanted to know where the voice came from and Simon Cowell suggested that he didn’t look like a pop star. But, it’s all about the voice and so Clay, the unlikely pop star, made his first steps on an incredible journey.
The voice continued to amaze through the following weeks. Clayton Aiken became Clay Aiken. He not only looked like a pop star, he became one.
Please watch this incredible audition here.