Clay Aiken – Surviving The Emotional Rollercoaster!

Oh My!!  Where do I begin?  This episode of Celebrity Apprentice was full of love, ego, distrust, friendship and honor.  It takes a certain kind of person to survive this emotional roller coaster!!

I am so glad that some of the Internet sites have already posted information, articles, and reviews about the Sunday evening show.  I hope that many more will show up today!!  It’s after 1:00AM , so, hopefully this blog will make sense!  Here are a few of the articles that are on-line.

From CB

That’s why it was so hilarious to see this elaborate sidewalk show go absolutely haywire when the balloon popped, releasing $8,000 and igniting a mad rush of curious onlookers to fill their pockets, bras, and — according to Clay Aiken — butt cracks with cash. It seems Mr. Aiken was also achin’ after getting into some minor scuffles while protecting the cash. Why so fancy with the cash delivery, Blue Man Group? Just hand them the envelope! Make it a blue envelope! Take back the color blue from those pesky upstart Smurfs! I don’t care. But hand them a damn envelope!

“It was a disaster,” Clay fumed later in the Boardroom. “It was a horrible idea.” Clay then continued to express his outrage by continuing the fuzzy math theme of the week by somehow insisting that he knew the team only recovered $2,000 of the $8,000 BMG money.

Please take a minute and read the entire blog.  It is fun.  You can see it at EW.COM

Be sure and read Clay’s Blog for Celebrity Apprentice.  He tells it like it is.  He started the blog by reporting about his visit to a very special camp:

This episode started off wonderfully for me. As a result of winning as project manager during last week’s task, I was able to present a lot of money to my charity, National Inclusion Project. We traveled to a camp in upstate New York and got a chance to play some parachute games with some kids, and it was a nice respite from the craziness of Manhattan for a bit. PLEASE take a look at and find out more about how the organization is able to make sure kids with disabilities don’t get left out!

I would imagine that Clay is happy that he could bring this money to the National Inclusion Project.  I always enjoy seeing Clay with kids.  It makes me smile!  You can see the entire blog at CLAY’SBLOG

From CB

Hollywood Life has their review of the show up already.  Silly people, they didn’t even mention Clay…but I did enjoy what they said about Aubrey:

…The two unofficial project managers, Aubrey and Penn, caused a few bumps in the road. Aubrey and Arsenio butted heads, especially when she referenced Arsenio “walking away” from his career. Ouch! “I’m sick of her,” Arsenio blurted out.

…Even before the winning team was announced, Arsenio made it pretty clear how he felt about Aubrey. And then came the tears… again! (Surprise, surprise.) But surprisingly, their team won! Curiously, Aubrey left without going into the boardroom.

You can read the entire article at HOLLYWOODLIFE

ZAP 2 it…what is wrong?  Why don’t you mention Clay Aiken in your article.  How come you didn’t even mention him visiting an Inclusive Camp and presenting a check for $50,000?  That is certainly newsworthy.  However, this site writes an article each week so I look forward to what they write next week.  The following is what they said about the end of the broadcast:

The most shocking turn of events came after Arsenio Hall’s win as project manager for Team Unanimous when the rest of the team went back to the war room, while Aubrey O’Day headed for the elevator with her accompanying voiceover, “I don’t want to be around all the negativity anymore … the environment is so ugly. I just don’t know if this is the right place for me.”

You can visit this site and read the short review at ZAP2it

Recappers Delight is a blog that is very PRO to Clay Aiken.  It is really fun to read.  There are many mentions of Clay and what he did on the Celebrity Booklet task.  The author says:

…Fortunately, Clay Aiken is now a major mover and shaker.  Nobody is gonna ever put baby in a corner again, so I think I can safely do play by play snark.   There is a lot of garbage here that needs to be snarked.

…Now, here’s the good stuff.  Claymates, soak in every glorious minute of it.  He won.  The sun is shining, the birds are feeding, and the kids are playing with an enormous rainbow parachute as Clay Aiken, winning Project Manager, comes forward to deliver his good news.  He’s got a big hug for Christy White as he begins to play with the parachute as well.  He’s been playing for the National Inclusion Project, his own charity (which I personally have been following since its inception) and the goal is to enable kids with disabilities to be integrated with normally abled kids in certain activities, like summer camp.

My oldest son has Asperger’s Syndrome.  He’s fighting for MY KID, and others like him.  Damn right, I am proud of him. You can click on RECAPPERSDELIGHT

Be sure and visit this site and why not leave a comment.  We want this writer to know we appreciate what they say about Clay and his job at Celebrity Apprentice.

I love Arsenio…he tweeted some great pictures.  I love them!

Do you think Trump fired the right people? Do you think Aubrey will return?  Are you headed to Walgreens tomorrow to get a kit with Clay’s picture?  I am !  

 When you read this, I will probably be on a plane on my way to Portland, Oregon for a visit to Corvallis.  I will continue to monitor the blog and hopefully, when I arrive in Corvallis, I will have a lot of comments to approve!!

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11 thoughts on “Clay Aiken – Surviving The Emotional Rollercoaster!

  1. Wow! I was glued to the tv last night. Loved the blog by Recappers Delight. A must read! Loved Clay's blog! So much went on last night. Aubrey needs to STFU!! LOL! Thanks musicfan for CANN. Hope you enjoy your visit to Portland!

  2. Definitely an exciting show last night. Glad Clay made it through. Thanks for the roundup do we can show our support.

  3. what a treat to see a 3 hour show! I enjoyed it immensely, i love that the men's team and mixed team won, but I do hope that Aubrey comes back, I kind of feel sorry for her, she does add color to the show. Also I hope Clay keeps hanging in there, way to go Clay!

  4. Talk about an "explosive show" – But it was great with excitement all round. Loved all of the Recaps.
    Thankyou for giving us all of that information – as always!
    Clay's delivery of the check to NIP and Christy and The Kids was great – I know he loved that!!!
    Looked like they were all having the best time. 🙂
    Stay safe on your trip!!!

  5. Wow! That was some show last night. I was glued to my TV. I loved when Clay presented the check to Christy for The National Inclusion Project. That had to have been a happy moment for Clay and all the children. So proud of him.

    Arsenio sure let Aubry have it. She sure deserved it too. It was a very exciting episode and enjoyed it immensely. Love the picture of Clay and Dayana. Clay looks fine in that suit. Have a safe trip.

  6. Clay, Arsenio, and Paul are the best. Glad they are still together on CApp. Cream rises to the top and definitely that's where Clay is now. I wish they'd show a little more of the check presentation.

  7. my goodness that was some show lastnight clay presented a check arsinial geting emotinial clay geting mad abut all the money that fell and i have ta say that arsinial hall did indeed let aubry have it omg yes

  8. I went and got my walking promo box today. It's cool that Walgreens actually is using what Clay and his team created. Or should I give 110% of the credit to Aubrey. Ha! Ha!

  9. Recapper's Delight – I read and loved your Blog also! It's so good to get those shining views of
    Clay – he is really such a good hearted person and sure is loved here!!! Thankyou very much!

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