Clay Aiken – A “Knight” of Celebration!

Sunday, January 3rd, 2021, our first Sunday of 2021


Thanks to Clay Aiken and his humor, it was an interesting day.

Clay wrote a Joke tweet and it got a huge response.  When I wrote this, the tweet had 12.1K “likes” and his tweet made it onto the “Top of the celeb section”.

I hope that each of you will visit his twitter account and click on the “red heart”.  The numbers are always checked by lots of interested professionals.  Now, what number will it be on Monday morning!


On January 4, 2009, Clay Aiken performed his last performance of Spamalot on the stage of the Shubert Theater. It was a night of celebration for the audience and the cast members. From the look on Clay’s face, it was a night full of joy and excitement for him too.

Thank you, Clay for the great Broadway adventure. Your performances as Sir Robin, Guard 1 and Brother Maynard were spot on and gave the audience lots of laughs.

I was lucky enough to see Clay perform in Spamalot and even was chosen as the peasant one night. However, I was not there for the final show.

Did you see Clay in Spamalot?

Did you see Clay’s last performance on January 4th?

The following video is titled

Clay Aiken: A Retrospective Part 5

Knights On Broadway

This video highlights all the Broadway performances by Clay Aiken.  The Spamalot section is excellent!

Thanks to SueReu for another wonderful video!!

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7 thoughts on “Clay Aiken – A “Knight” of Celebration!

  1. I don’t do twitter but glad to hear Clay is getting lots of hits! I never had the chance to see Spamalot but have seen many videos and enjoy them all – Clay is a big “STAR” and so talented. Love Sue’s videos – she is good at many things, too! Thanks for informing us on so many interesting events!

  2. I did see Spamalot twice when Clay was in the play, but missed closing night. Those were the good old days, when we could see Clay on stage or in concert across the USA. I did enjoy his post last week that CANN alerted us to. He is looking good!

  3. Thank you for all the pictures and the video. Sue Reu did a great job on the video. I did not see Clay in Spamalot. I did see Clay twitter account. He is very funny. I am glad I receive this blog every day. Thank you for sharing.

  4. I dearly love all five of Suereu’s “Clay Aiken: A Retrospective” But, the fifth one was my favorite! Thank you, CANN!

  5. THANK you Cann. CLay was Fabulous!!!!!Saw the show so so many times. LOVED all of them..All were so Special. And the Cast was GREAT too. HUGS. Beautiful place also.So glad i was able to go . Maybe???,

  6. I’m not on Twitter so I didn’t see his joke.

    However, I did see Spamalot 14 times

    since I live near Manhattan and most of those were SRO spots @ $20 each.

    It’s time for a revival of Spamalot! One of Broadway’s best shows ever. Clay , are

    you up to it?

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