Clay Aiken – A True Talent

Yesterday was Wednesday, May 13th.  It was fun to read a new, positive  article about Clay Aiken.  This article is on ET-CANADA.

Stevie Wonder At 70: 12 Songs You Didn’t Know He Wrote

Isn’t he lovely? Isn’t he wonderful? Isn’t he Stevie Wonder, the newly minted 70-year-old who wrote “Isn’t She Lovely”, plus all these songs you forgot or never knew he had a hand in creating?

2 of 12:

  • ‘Isn’t She Lovely’

    Clay Aiken is a great, great, great runner-up. He came in second to Ruben Studdard in the 2003 season of “American Idol”. He came in second to Arsenio Hall in season 5 of “Celebrity Apprentice”. As a Democratic candidate in the race for the US House of Representatives in North Carolina, he came in second to Republican incumbent Renee Ellmers. And while Stevie Wonder’s version of “Isn’t She Lovely” is No. 1, Aiken’s version is a solid candidate for runner-up.

  • The article has 12 short sections about 12 performers.  It’s fun to see Clay at #2

The other artists are interesting.  If you want to see the others, you can click HERE


It took me a few minutes to remember when I had heard Clay sing “Isn’t She Lovely”…..Do you remember Kenny?  He was on the show, Scrubs.  

The following video shows the fun parts of the show, including the song.

Fun Times!

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  1. After watching Clay play Kenny it was so nice to hear Clay sing before the end of the
    "Scrubs" TV Show! I remember watching it so many years ago – excited as always to
    see him on each new TV show.

    Thank you for the video!

  2. clay was wonderfull when he was on scrubs he sure did do wonderfull and that acent is sertanley cute and adorable and I just love clays singing isent shelovley at the end

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