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Clay Aiken – We All Dream In Gold!

The 90th annual Academy Awards was on Sunday evening. It was broadcast on ABC.  Talk show host Jimmy Kimmel returned to host the show for the second year in a row.

Congratulations to:

Best Picture: The Shape of Water

Leading Role – Actress: Frances McDormand

Leading Role – Actor: Gary Oldman

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It was exciting to hear Keala Settle sing the wonderful song, This Is Me, from the movie, The Greatest Showman. She brought the house down and the entire audience was on their feet!

Mandatory Credit: Photo by Chris Pizzello/Invision/AP/REX/Shutterstock (9448638gm)

I always think that I know Keala.  After seeing her in Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat with Clay Aiken at the Ogunquit Place, I knew she was a very talented lady.  And then, when she performed at the National Inclusion Project Gala, I knew she had a huge heart!  I wish her the very best and hope that I get to hear her perform again…soon.

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I always think it’s fun to find out about some of the fun facts about the Oscars!  I like the fun, OMG moments.  Fortunately, I am not the only one. Wallet Hub came up with some amazing number facts!

What an exciting night!  I loved seeing the beautiful dresses and enjoyed Jimmy Kimmel and the positive tone of the show!

I don’t know what Clay Aiken was doing on Sunday evening, but I bet he is very proud of his friend, Keala!

We all miss you, Clay, and hope that you are OK!  We hope to hear from you soon!!


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