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"Wrong" and "I Could" followed as singles and were hits on the Pop and Adult Contemporary charts respectively.
"Coulda Been" was the album's only single not to chart.
“Clay and I aren’t really friends anymore,” she told Access Hollywood Tuesday at rehearsal.
“We lived together, but some things transpired and, you know, we’re just — I don’t really talk to Clay anymore.
Locke released her version of "Up On The Housetop" in Fall 2005 and by the end of year it had reached the top spot of the Adult Contemporary (AC) charts and broke many records, due to its quick rise to the top.
The following year, Kimberley's version of "Jingle Bells" was released and topped the same charts.
Locke's second album, Based On A True Story, was released on May 1, 2007.
The album's original lead single, "Supawoman," co-written with her producers Damon Sharpe and Mark J.
Feist, was released to radio on August 7, 2006, however after underwhelming radio support, Curb Records decided to refocus.
Kimberley Locke took to the stage with a few other random “American Idol” non-winners last night – the forgettable Chikezie, David “I’m not a stripper” Hernandez and my personal fav, DDG (Diana De Garmo).
But Kimberley caught me off guard with something she said recently about Clay Aiken.