Thanks to "Celebrity Apprentice," we now know that Clay Aiken can do almost anything.
He can sing (of course) and he can act. He can also write, direct, design and produce.
But the coolest thing Clay has done so far this season is display his mastery as an improvisational puppeteer.
For this week's challenge, the "Celebrity Apprentice" teams had to put on a show for the audience of Henson Alternative's Stuffed and Unstrung puppet show (which has a show in Durham this week!). Brian Henson, son of Jim, is the force behind "Stuffed and Unstrung," along with Patrick Bristow, who you may recognize from Ellen Degeneres' old sitcom "Ellen."
The teams had to design and build their own puppets, get some quick lessons on how to handle the puppets (which Clay didn't need -- thank you very much, Vacation Bible School!) and a rundown on the rules of improv, and then finally, perform the show.