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Adam Lambert On Living Proud And Rocking Out


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Since his debut on American Idol, Adam Lambert has been a fixture on this site, and we’ve followed his life and career, through the peaks and valleys (mostly peaks, thankfully). Through it all, he’s kept his optimism and fiery inner strength, which is part of the reason why we fell in love with him.

Adam took a few minutes out of his schedule to talk to us about the Queen tour, his advocacy, and especially the AT&T Live Proud Campaign.

The Live Proud Campaign is a sweeps involving inspirational memes. Five winners will be selected for a trip to NYC for a private event with Adam. It ends on August 10th, so it’s not too late to enter for a once-in-a-lifetime chance to meet the man himself.......read more on the backlot


Adam Lambert: 'Why can't a gay artist have universal appeal?'

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Vocal powerhouse Adam Lambert has revealed that the music industry is currently a great place for LGBT artists because attitudes are changing and the songs being released by openly gay artists, such as Frank Ocean and Sam Smith, are incredibly relatable.

During a new interview with The Backlot, Lambert opened up about being an openly gay artist in the entertainment industry and admitted that he feels as though it's getting easier to truly be yourself because society is more accepting:

"I do think it’s getting easier. I think people’s attitudes are becoming more liberal. I think people are understanding LGBT more, and it’s becoming more visible, and that makes people more comfortable. So it’s becoming, or I hope it’s becoming, more of an afterthought. I don’t think a piece of music is actually that specific, at least most of the big pop songs that I’ve heard. They’re non-specific, everyone can relate to them, which is the whole point, that’s why they’re popular."

The 'Trespassing' star went onto add that popular songs are always the ones that are relatable, and sexual orientation doesn't influence that either way:

"If I’m listening to an Adele song, which is written by a woman for a man, I can relate to it also, and so can a straight woman, and a straight men, so why can’t a gay artist have that same kind of universal appeal?"




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