Clay Aiken – February – A Month To Remember



Happy February

It’s the month of

Valentine’s Day, President’s Day, The Super Bowl, Groundhog Day


Black History Month


Do you know the only mammal to have a day named in his honor? Yes, it is the lowly groundhog, sometimes called the woodchuck.

Today, February 2, is Groundhog Day.  Now, it’s not a federal holiday and nobody gets off work. But, to have a day named after you is quite a feat.


Clay Aiken was busy on twitter on Wednesday.  He tweeted 6 times.  His first tweet was quite funny.  It included a picture!

02-01-17 twitter

I mean… you THINK you’ve picked up everything he might chew on… 🙄😲😒😩 #dogs #destruction…

Looks to me like a puppy named Harlem just might be in trouble!!!


February has been a good month for Clay.  He has participated in many exciting things in February.  Do you remember these events?


February 28 – Miami, Florida – Independent Tour


February 7, 2004 – Saturday Night Live


Scrubs – February 15, 2005 – Clay played the part of a cafeteria worker.


February 2008 – Clay starred on Broadway in Spamalot!


February 27, 2014 – Clay filed his paperwork at the North Carolina Board of Elections to become an official candidate to the House of Representatives


February 19, 2012 – First Episode of Celebrity Apprentice

Of course there are many other events in February, but I think all of these are great!

So…what will Clay do this February?  It’s going to be fun watching and reading to find out!

02-01-17 groundhog

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4 thoughts on “Clay Aiken – February – A Month To Remember

  1. With this administration, Clay will be tweeting non-stop! Otherwise, his agenda for this month is anybody's guess! Thanks for showing the Claymemories, love all the pictures!

  2. These pictures bring back memories that were almost forgotten. Clay has accomplished so much over the past 12 years and I'm sure he'll impress us even more in the future.

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