He may have come in second, yet again, in his bid to win hearts and minds, but make no mistake: Clay Aiken is not done with you yet, America. He may have lost American Idol. He may have lost Celebrity Apprentice. He may have lost North Carolina's 2nd Congressional district. He may have even lost all your respect as a human being. But he's not going to lose your attention.
If you have Esquire network, that is. Turns out, the Clay Aiken has reality television cameras with him throughout his entire campaign, and Esquire network is going to broadcast the good, the bad, the ugly and, I assume, the loss, in a four-part "docu-series."
Esquire Network will go behind the scenes of Clay Aiken's failed congressional bid with a new docuseries.
The NBCUniversal-owned cable network announced late Tuesday — following Aiken's defeat in North Carolina — that camera crews have been documenting the American Idol alum's bid for a seat in the House.