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American singer, songwriter, and actor

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Adam Mitchel Lambert is from San Diego, California. In May 2009, he finished as the runner-up on the eighth season of American Idol. Lambert released his solo debut album, For Your Entertainment, on November 23, 2009.

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 A lot of people were upset over that performance because they were thinking, 'Oh, my God, the children!' But what is so funny to me is that by making such a big deal out of it, they drew more attention to it, and the children can see anything they want on the internet, anyway. So in actuality - in a full-circle way - because of their protest, it was probably more visible to the children, because kids, teenagers, tend to look at what they're not supposed to look at. So I think if it's a big deal, just sweep it under the rug, like I did. Next! Moving on. 
— Adam Lambert saying his fans don't care about the controversies surrounding him / March 02, 2010
 It is a great collaboration but there is mention of a guy in the lyrics so they wouldn't play it in the States because we can be so conservative, 
— Adam Lambert on teaming up with Bad Romance hitmaker for a track on his debut album / March 01, 2010
 People call me the Lad Gaga but I reckon she should be the Madam Lambert. I mean, I am older! But seriously, GaGa is someone who appreciates the artists of the 70s. The acts doing well now are theatrical, that is what makes a popstar nowadays. Not many men have been going that route lately, I eased myself in by taking risks because I wanted people to understand my music first. 
— Adam Lambert says people often refer to him as male version of Lady Gaga / March 01, 2010
 A bunch of pictures of me and my ex-boyfriend kissing came out and I thought: 'Oh no, this is going to ruin it'. In the past there has been speculation around artists that were gay and it does hurt your chances. But I am not ashamed of it for one second, I just didn't want it to overshadow the singing. At the end of the day it is hard being one of the first who is out. I don't want to push my sexuality on anybody. I like to keep people guessing and keep it fresh. I didn't want the label to take precedence over what I was there to do. 
— Adam Lambert is not ashamed of his sexuality / February 28, 2010
 I knew he wasn't going to be involved in the album but I really enjoyed his stamp of approval on the show, it meant a lot to me to get his praise from week to week. I am more out the box and alternative than Simon is. I have very strong opinions and I voice them actively. 
— Adam Lambert saying Simon Cowell is not involved in his album / February 28, 2010

 I went wild and I was experimenting with certain substances. It didn't get to the stage where it ruined my life or where it was anything too serious but it was definitely something I tried. 
— Adam Lambert admitting to substance abuse / February 27, 2010
 At 26 I started running with hippies, going to underground events, I was really drawn to that crowd, everyone embraced each other's differences. There are so many parents who are too conservative in America. There are certain drugs out there that are really fun and recreational and can mean a good time. I'm not an advocate for drugs but it is all rock and roll and we are all adults. 
— Adam Lambert admitting to substance abuse / February 27, 2010
 I love the song; lyrically I feel I can relate to it... From a dark place, it's about that viscous circle of going out and trying to fill a void by getting laid, but doing it by getting wasted in a bar and going home with somebody. That's what it's about for me. I've been through that: I'm 27 years old and I've lived a life where I was looking for something... for meaning, or love, but looking for it in the wrong way. 
— Adam Lambert / February 24, 2010
 If only it weren't for Susan Boyle! I'm happy for her success, but that album is terrible. Wild Horses is the one that made me laugh the hardest. I just died when I heard it, I was crying with laughter. It was the most horrendous, sacrilegious treatment of that song! Still, when my album charted, it was validating. I was feeling bit attacked, like I had to vindicate something. I thought: 'Wow, look what I did.' 
— Adam Lambert about Susan Boyle's debut album "I Dreamed A Dream" / February 23, 2010
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 Happy birthday @Rihanna! Thank u for always being so sweet and real :) 
— Adam Lambert wishing Rihanna on her birthday on his twitter page / February 21, 2010

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