Thursday, October 16, 2008

Aiken Site Awards 08 Claymmys

FAN ART CLAYMMY AWARD -- Aspiegirl was presented the Claymmy and People's Choice Awards for her "All Is Well" drawing in the fan art category.

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Aiken Site Awards 08 Claymmys

Congratulations to the Clay Aiken fans who this week were named 2008 Claymmy Award winners in 11 categories!

Sponsored by
It's All Bout Love, the sixth annual event honored participants in 11 classifications with People's Choice Awards presented in parallel events.

2008 Claymmy Awards

Avatars: Kim
Banners: 2005LovesClay
Blends: J4Clay
FanArt: Aspiegirl
Miscellaneous: Shari
Montage: MaryEllen
Poetry: Smittenwithclay
Stories: Shari
Wallpapers: Kim
Websites: The Ideal Idol

2008 People's Choice Awards

Avatar: Kim
Banners: Ambassador of Love
Blends: Betty Jean
Concert Pics: J4Clay
Fan Art: Aspiegirl
Miscellaneous: Kim
Montage: MrMontage
Poetry: KDee
Stories: Shari
Wallpaper: Ambassador Of Love
Websites: Taken With Aiken

Winning entries can be viewed at the sponsoring website. Below is the Claymmy Award-winning montage by LovesClaysVoice (Mary Ellen): The Real Me.

The Real Me by LovesClaysVoice

Congratulations to the talented CA fans honored with a Claymmy Award!

Ask the Star Online

The website today is providing Spamalot fans an opportunity to interview Clay online. Here is the scoop:

When Clay Aiken made his Broadway debut last winter as Sir Robin in Spamalot, more than a few eyebrows went up. Could this big-voiced American Idol runner-up deliver a credible stage performance, in a Monty Python musical comedy, no less?

Aiken’s exuberant comic turn silenced the doubters and impressed Broadway’s tough critics—and he had such a good time in the process that he’s back for a return engagement on the Great White Way. Through January 4, fans can see Clay and his fellow knights onstage at the Shubert Theatre.

In the meantime, the super-popular star has agreed to take questions from readers! Want to get the lowdown on how this North Carolina native transformed himself into a Python-esque hero, complete with a British accent? Do it—ask Clay yourself!

Raleigh Prepares for 'Invasion'

Raleigh, NC, will become "Clay Aiken City" Saturday when fans converge on the singer's hometown for the 5th annual Champions of Change Gala, cardinal fundraising event of The Bubel/Aiken Foundation.

Celebrating inclusion by recognizing the 2008 CofC honorees, the event at Raleigh's Marriott City Center promises to amass major funds in support of the Foundation's mission of inclusion for all children.

JBT Jacket in Auction
Graphic by cindilu2,
Photo by Tasapio

Among the countless items in the gala auction, some available for online bidding, are a New York travel package (includes lots of goodies, including Spamalot tickets and dinner for two with Clay); luxury suite for 10 guests at the RBC Center for the Jan. 20, 2009, Celine Dion Concert with Clay and friends in attendance; autographed stool from the 2007 Soft Rock and Hard Place Tour; Clay's 2004 Wango Tango shirt; and the famous leather jacket worn the singer wore during the very popular 2005 Jukebox Tour.

Fans at home will receive reports throughout the weekend. Saturday's shindig should be a winner all the way around!

Below is a high resolution clickable of Aspiegirl's opening drawing:

Have an awesome weekend, Clay Nation!


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claniac24 said...

Wonderful blog, Carolina. So many exciting Clay Aiken events going on. It's nice to see them all in one place. And it's such a pleasure to see our incredibly artistic fans getting recognition.

katy said...

Love seeing all the Clay Aiken appearances. Would love to be at the BAF Gala, but am hoping lots of money is raised for the kids.

jbc4clay said...

Great blog. There are some very talented people in the Clay Nation.

SueReu said...

Congrats to all the winner!!!!

Can't wait for the Gala!! I NEED to see Clay!! even if it's video/photos!!

Hoping for a successful gala for an amazing cause!!

Ashes said...

There's nothing better than to peruse your blog at leisure in the morning with my cuppa.

Congratulations to everyone for their Claymmys, and good luck to everyone at the BAF Gala this weekend.

LovesClaysVoice said...

Great blog! Congrats to all the winners! Thank you for featuring my montage! That was only the second montage that I made, but it is one of my very favorites. It came straight from the heart!

Anonymous said...

Love the artwork featured by aspiegirl, she is so talented in many directions. She makes wonderful montages, too. The Real Me montage is beautiful. Thanks for always keeping us informed through your blog and I'm looking forward to gala clack!

sbleu9 said...

I really enjoy your blog with the pictures and videos included of Clay Aiken.

Chardonnay said...

I swear... you wear me out gurrl! You are amazing.

Thank you for continuing to share the wealth and the pretties... daily. I know I can always find them here.

Shyeyewitness said...

as always... perfect!!!!

stargazer said...

Wonderful blog chock full of great stuff. Congratulations to all the winners. You all shine!

Allegra said...

There are so many talented people in ClayNation. Thanks for listing the Clammy winners. I missed it on the boards. The montage was wonderful.

Thanks for the blog.