Nekesa Mumbi Moody of The Associated Press caught up with ‘American Idol’ champ Ruben Studdard to talk about his debut album ‘Soulful’ and living in the shadow of the show’s runner-up, Clay Aiken. “Everybody has their time in the spotlight, and it’s Clay’s time to shine right now,” Studdard said. “He has his album out that’s selling tremendously well, and I’m proud of him. Of course, I would want to have the same success. Every artist wants to be a multiplatinum-selling artist, so I’m looking forward to selling a lot of CDs as well, but I’m not going to hate on Clay just because he’s doing his thing.”
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