Clay Aiken – Twins With A BobbleHead!

Do you remember the short-lived TV show, On Air with Ryan Seacrest?  This show ran from January 12, 2004 through September 17, 2004.

The show was broadcast in the center  of Hollywood in a studio at Hollywood and Highland.

The show featured the popular guests of the time…but the show just never caught on.  Since the show was syndicated, it began to lose broadcasts and when 65% of the channels had removed the show, the series ended.

On January 15, 2004, Clay Aiken was a guest on the show.  As a joke, he and Ryan wore the same shirt and got lots of laughs.  Ryan showed a “before AI” picture of Clay and commented at how much better he looked now.  They also talked about how different  life was for Clay and laughed at the good and bad things that come with celebrity.  Ryan showed many of the gifts that the fans of Clay sent to the studio…flowers, donuts, stuffed animals, etc.

The two videos below show most of the time Clay was on the show on January 15th.

They are interesting and fun!

I am glad I found these YouTubes.

 I remembered some of the show, but I didn’t remember all of it!



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  1. I remember this show very well – watched every time Clay was on it! It was a nice surprise for a young woman and her mother when they were picked for a surprise meeting with Clay at the Wango Tango show – she was so excited – I think her name was Michelle. Wonder if she is still a fan!

  2. I have my bobblehead of Clay! Didn’ watch Ryan except when Clay was a guest. Loved the shirts. The interview was personable and wonderful! Thank you CANN! Blessed Sunday!

  3. Thank you for all the pictures and the 2 videos. I do not remember seeing this show in my area. I like the 2 videos. Thank you for showing the videos.

  4. I didn't watch this show because I was still working at that time and couldn't program my TV to record it. It is fun to watch Clay way back then and to see how far he has come up to now.

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