Clay Aiken – How’s Your Heart?

 Happy February

It’s the month of

Valentine’s Day,  President’s Day, The Super Bowl,  Groundhog Day


Black History Month

Thursday evening, a short but fun mention of Clay Aiken was posted on the internet.

From PopWatch:

Samm Levine reveals his ‘Lost’ fan moment and ‘Idol’ secret in EW’s Pop Culture Personality Test

by Sandra Gonzales

TV episode that you can’t purge from your DVR.
Oh, this is going to sound so ridiculous, but I’m so glad you asked me: The performance episode of season 2 of American Idol because Clay Aiken is so incredible.

I’m a huge Idol fan, and I do this with my friends every year — before they announce who wins, I literally pause the DVR and I go back and make them watch Clay’s performance of “Bridge over Troubled Water.”

I’m not kidding, I have this song on my iPod because it is so good. Like, I ripped it from the video so I could have it.
Right?! Honest to God, I’m always like, ‘See that? None of these people deserve to win. I don’t care which of these guys is the winner. They’re not that good.’

To read the entire article and learn more about Samm Levine, click on POPWATCH

I think this is a fun mention.  Now I am going to have to watch Samm Levine!!  AND, thanks to SueReu, for finding this article!


Clay Aiken seems to have many fans that are women. They range in age from pre-teens to grandmothers. Each one should be wearing red today.

Today is National Wear Red Day, a part of the American Heart Association’s Go Red for Women movement, and is a simple, but powerful, way to call attention to heart disease and stroke.

This year celebrates the 10th anniversary of National Wear Red Day. Since the first event, 21 percent fewer women are dying from heart disease and nearly a quarter more recognize that it’s their number-one health threat.

The Go Red for Women movement strives to educate women about their risk for heart disease and stroke, how to recognize signs of a heart attack or stroke and how to live healthier lives in an attempt to prevent heart disease and stroke.

So, today, don’t just wear red; ask yourself if you’re treating your heart the way you should be. If you don’t know your cholesterol or blood pressure numbers, make your doctor’s appointment today.

The American Heart Association’s Go Red for Women Web site has an incredible amount of information.

How smart the founders of this project were to choose the month of February to celebrate the day. After all, February is well-known for being the month of love.

That makes me think of love songs…..especially love songs sung by Clay Aiken.


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