Clay Aiken – Friday Was “BOLD”

Fallen leaves lying on the grass in the November sun

bring more happiness than the daffodils.     

~Cyril Connolly

Clay Aiken was back on Bold on Friday morning.  He joined Carrie Sheffield to present an excellent show that was full of many topics.

  • Former state senator John Loudon and Jami Floyd from “All Things Considered” discussed the Manhattan attack and gave his opinions of the future for Paul Manafort.
  • Erin Delmore is an award-winning journalist who works at Bustle.  She talked about Harvey Weinstein and the #MeToo events.
  • Jenn Blosil is an American Idol Alum. She and Clay discussed experiences on American Idol. Jenn also talked about her struggles with mental health.
  • Debra Wideroe talked about her series of children’s books.  The series is “The Adventures of Camellia N.

One of my favorite parts was at the beginning of the show.  Carrie asked Clay about The National Inclusion Project.  Clay had a chance to talk about his charity and how it is growing and helping kids all over the United States.  It was a great way to introduce the “Project” to more people.

Did you have a chance to watch the show on Friday?

If so, did you have a favorite part of the show?

Have a wonderful week-end!

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Comments

  1. Great show, Friday! Didn't miss a beat! Clay and Carrie have such a chemistry between them.
    One of my favorite segments was the interview with author Debra Wideroe, with her books
    "The Adventures of Camellia N" My grandsons will love getting these!
    Everyone have a great weekend!

  2. Love Bold TV especially when Clay is on there, show is very informative and love Clay's new look, he's always full of surprises! Thanks Musicfan

  3. I was so glad that Carrie asked Clay about NIP yesterday. He had a chance to let more people know about his charity. It was nice that Bold was going to post the address on their site so anyone could donate.

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