There's so much back-and-forth in this controversial case.
In fact, some think the cops might be flat-out lying
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The Donald has been making headlines for some unusual reasons lately, but there's at least one person who respects the presidential candidate!
Clay Aiken — the former American Idol and Celebrity Apprentice star and political candidate in his own right — told reporters on Saturday that Donald Trump is a special kind of person who shouldn't be taken lightly.
The singer-turned-almost-congressman spoke about the Donald's chances at actually being president, saying:
Say it ain't so!
American Idol will be coming to end after its 15th season.
On Monday, Fox announced that the singing competition was renewed one more time and will see the return of Jennifer Lopez, Keith Urban, and Harry Connick Jr. as the final roster of judges — as well as the return of Ryan Seacrest as host.
But that will be the end!
Sources state that this season will be:
Permanent runner-up Clay Aiken isn't taking the back seat any longer!
That's because the American Idol-turned-politician is lashing out at the woman who beat him for that North Carolina Congress seat.
While interviewing with Howard Stern on Monday, the Celebrity Apprentice contestant referred to his opponent Rep. Renee Elmers as a b*tch, saying:
After the whole hacking incident, Sony isn't messing around!
Last year, a lawsuit was filed against Sony Music by 19 Recordings — the record label founded by American Idol creator Simon Fuller – which reps artists like Kelly Clarkson, Carrie Underwood, and Clay Aiken.
The label claimed they weren't being appropriately compensated by their distributor, explaining that Sony was robbing Idol stars of their money through tricky accounting and streaming services like Spotify!
Now, Sony has fired back with new court documents, claiming that THEY are the ones who are owed a paycheck — $2 million to be exact!
According to Sony, the major music corporation paid too much royalties on digital downloads for some of the Idol stars like Clarkson and Underwood, claiming:
Remember when we told you that Clay Aiken was getting his own TV show?
Well, that time has come!
Esquire Network is ready to air their TV series about the former American Idol star, as he made a run at joining congress.
Academy Award-winner Simon Chinn produced the four-hour original docu-series, titled